Carson’s Casa

Once home to the king of late-night TV, this oceanfront Malibu estate is on the market for the first time in a decade for $81.5 million, co-listed by Linda May of Hilton & Hyland and Chris Cortazzo of Coldwell Banker Global Luxury. Designed in 1978 by noted architect Ed Niles, the former residence of Johnny Carson can be found on approximately 4 acres atop the bluffs of Pointe Dume, offering panoramic views of the Pacific and coastline as well as access to the beach.

The nearly 11,000-square-foot property is showcased by a double triangle-shaped living room boasting a 30-foot glass ceiling, indoor arboretum (complete with a tree), and sunken copper-and glass fireplace that leads via a spiral staircase to an upper lounge sporting an Asian-inspired bar. Outdoors, lushly landscaped grounds host a waterfall, Koi pond and saltwater pool, as well as a guest house, two-bedroom pavilion, gym, locker room and championship tennis court with viewing area.

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