Johnny Carson fans alike with money can reportedly score a part of the species at the end of the “Tonight Show” host’s former home after undergoing a serious decline of more than $10 million.
Johnny Carson fans alike with money can reportedly score a part of the species at the end of the “Tonight Show” host’s former home after the price dropped more than $10 million.
The Malibu-based estate in California, initially listed at $81.5 million, is currently available for just $65 million, the Los Angeles Times Thursday reported.
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Former Johnny Carson estate in Malibu, and now wants $65.2 million following large price cut https://t.co/N8iZ0VYr29 pic.twitter.com/k1L9dPXYAT
— The Los Angeles Times (@latimes) August 9, 2018
The beautiful hotel, which stretches over about four acres, has five bedrooms and twice as many bathrooms, the report said.
Among the facilities reportedly included in the expansive property are a wine cellar, a library and an indoor arboretum.
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Carson for the first time, bought the property in 1984 for a fraction of the current price – about $9.5 million at the time, according to the Times.
The current owners – producer, Sidney Kimmel and wife, Caroline, – reportedly bought the property in 2007 from Carson’s widow. Carson was 79 years old when he died in 2005.
The house was put up for sale last year, according to the New York Post.