Jennifer Lopez and fiance Alex Rodriguez (or more fondly, J-Lo and A-Rod) recently added to their already extensive real estate collection with a $6.6 million beachfront home in Malibu, CA. Previously owned by actor Jeremy Piven, this 2,424 square foot 3-bed 3-bath home has had over $1.5 million worth of renovations… and boasts some of the most breathtaking beachfront around.
Take a look inside J-Lo and A-Rod’s beautiful new Malibu beach house.
Gorgeous Features Inside and Out
Originally built in 1949, this charming beach house has seen numerous updates throughout the years, including Southeast Asian flourishes, kitchen and bathroom updates, and even the addition of an ornate wooden swing on the beachside balcony.
A True Chef’s Kitchen
The kitchen has been nicely modernized with a Viking gas range, stainless steel appliances, white cabinets, and a breakfast bar with ample seating. (Those ocean views, however, are 100% original).
A Wide-Open Modern Floorplan
The open and expansive floorplan allows for seamless flow from room to room for effortless entertaining. And those top-to-bottom side-to-side beach views are also pretty spectacular.
Unique Bonus Features
Not only does it have stunning beach views, this Malibu beach home also boasts great additions like a game room, spa and sauna, yoga studio, and a theatre room. A-Rod and J-Lo probably never want to leave home.
And That Beachfront!
Even without any upgrades, updates, or decor, this home would still be pretty darn amazing… Just look at that pristine slice of private beach!
Be a Serious Real Estate Investor Like J-Lo and A-Rod
This Malibu beach house is far from the couple’s only home. They also own a home in Coral Gables, FL, a multi-million dollar condo in Manhattan, and two mansions in Southern California. Talk about an impressive real estate portfolio!
You might not be quite the high-dollar investor that these celebs are, but that doesn’t mean you can’t be a very successful real estate investor in your own price range. Central Ohio is a great place to get started investing; you can get a lot of home for a lot less money.