Olympic snowboarder Shaun White, 32 is selling his stunning Malibu, CA compound for $27.25 million. The compound includes two properties: The three-bedroom, four-bathroom ranch home, which White bought in 2013 for $8.94 million, is priced at $14.5 million. The three-bedroom, two-bathroom home next door, which he picked up in 2016 for $10.75 million, is priced at $12.75 million.
The ranch home offers ocean views and private access to Westward Beach, according to Realtor.com.
Inside, you’ll find high ceilings and hardwood floors throughout. The large foyer flows into a formal living room with a fireplace and walls of glass. The chef’s kitchen opens to a dining area, also with a fireplace. The main suite includes a luxe bath and walk-in closet, with a private patio and ocean vistas. The home also comes with two family rooms, one with a wet bar, and an office or bonus room.
Outside, the manicured grounds include a Zen-style fountain, a wraparound deck, multiple sitting and dining areas, and a hot tub. There’s also a one-car garage and “ample” guest parking.
The house next door sits on just over an acre and comes with 2,164 square feet of living space. It’s been “impeccably remodeled” with an open floor plan. The great room includes living and dining areas and opens to a balcony overlooking the ocean. The chef’s kitchen comes with a U-shaped seating area with ocean views. The bedrooms all feature high ceilings and views. On the lower level is a large family room, which also doubles as a media room and guest space.
French doors open to a covered balcony, barbecue area, pool, and grassy lawn. The home comes with a two-car garage with a Tesla plug-in as well as guest parking.
In 2017, White listed his Hollywood Hills contemporary for $6.95 million, eventually selling it for $6.7 million. That same year, he listed his Manhattan penthouse for $2.8 million. That two-bedroom unit is reportedly back on the market for close to $3 million.
White, skateboarder, snowboarder, and entrepreneur, is a three-time Olympic gold medalist. He holds the record for the most X-Games gold medals and most Olympic gold medals won by a snowboarder.