Malibu Oceanfront Home As Seen In Heat

Malibu Oceanfront Home As Seen In Heat

Malibu Oceanfront Home As Seen In Heat - spectacular home of Robert De Niro character

It's just not right that a devious criminal can afford one of Malibu's most spectacular oceanfront homes. At least that was what viewers saw in the 1995 movie, Heat. The home, used in the movie as the residence of a criminal mastermind played by Robert De Niro, is now for sale. Al Pacino also starred in the film as a Los Angeles police detective who tracks down and kills the De Niro character, after several plot turns and dramatic shootouts.


While the movie is fiction, the Malibu location is real and spectacular and one of Southern California's best neighborhoods, Malibu Cove Colony, with an eclectic mix of guard-gated oceanfront homes. One of the most interesting and expensive homes in the neighborhood, which was used as the De Niro home in Heat, is for sale at $21 million. The ultra-contemporary home was designed by architect Ron Goldman.


With dramatic ocean views from almost every room, the movie-star home includes four bedrooms and a bit over 3,500 square feet. There are floor-to-ceiling windows, a fireplace, a built-in desk that looks out over the ocean, clean white walls for art display, a huge balcony, and a private terrace overlooking the ocean. There are also newly installed solar panels and Tesla chargers.


Written and directed by Michael Mann in 1995, Heat is considered one of filmdom's best crime movies. It was the first film to star both De Niro and Pacino. Val Kilmer, Jon Voight, Tom Sizemore and Ashley Judd also appeared in the movie.


The listing agent is Jane Dorian at Carolwood Estates. Photos by Sterling Reed.

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