Is $100M the Right Price for Pierce Brosnan’s Luxurious Malibu Retreat?

By Claudine Zap

Pierce Brosnan and his wife, Keely Brosnan, have listed their luxe Malibu property for an eye-popping $100 million.

The property offers 117 feet of beachfront, and the custom-built abode is inspired by Southeast Asian style.

Since they built the home, it’s the first time the resortlike retreat, dubbed “Orchid House,” has come up for sale. Can the couple manage to score a nine-digit payday?

Is the price right?

So is the $100 million price tag on solid ground? We asked some agents for their take. Turns out, $100 million isn’t quite as eye-popping of a price as it used to be.

George Penner, CEO of Deasy Penner Podley, notes: “$100 million is certainly a significant number. But [a home on] over an acre on Broad Beach—with unique architecture—doesn’t hit the market every day.”

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