Three-time Stanley Cup champion Chris Chelios is looking to sell his Malibu home for $75 million – more than what he bought it for in 2003.
“I was looking for a place to get away with family,” Chelios, 61, told the Post of his and wife Tracy Chelios’ decision to shell out $6 million for the oceanfront property that year. “No question, Paradise Cove is the best stretch of beach in all of Malibu. For me and my family, there could not have been a better place to spend our time. The privacy is second to none.
He said it was actor Tony Danza who first attracted him to the field. wall street journalWho first reported the listing.
Although he bought the contemporary complex known as Billionaire’s Beach for good times in good weather, it turned out to be an incredible investment: The father of four makes a considerable profit on the four-bedroom, five-bathroom property.
“Malibu’s lifestyle is so supreme, the market keeps pushing itself up,” Compass agent Chris Cortazzo, who holds the listing, explained the meteoric rise in the beachfront residence’s value to The Post, adding that It stands out for being directly on the beach. Tony area, as most of the houses there are “shacks.”
The sandy sanctuary offers 90 feet of beach frontage and both a main house and a guest house below.
The main house is defined by an open format kitchen, living and dining rooms with skylights, wraparound windows, multiple decks, a built-in breakfast nook, a fireplace and a “disappearing wall of glass”. listing,
Upstairs is an elevated bedroom, with three others—including the hot tub- and fireplace-equipped primary suite—downstairs.
Downstairs, nestled into the landscaped slope, is a one-bedroom guest house with its own kitchen and three decks, including another hot tub and a barrel sauna.