HomeCar Culture$7.3 million California home doubles as 25-car auto museum

$7.3 million California home doubles as 25-car auto museum


A California home that is more car museum than house has reportedly been sold for more than $7.3 million.

The Los Angeles Times reported that the home near Point Dume in Malibu was originally listed for $10 million. Former owners Steve and Azita Goldman were willing to throw in 14 luxury vehicles if the eventual buyer was willing to part with $20 million for the property.

Clearly that didn’t happen, as the one-bedroom, four-bathroom home changed hands for about $7.33 million earlier this month.

The home has 7,002 square feet of space, the lion’s share taken up by a state-of-the-art garage. According to the former listing, the garage is equipped with a computer-controlled air filtration system that exceeds hospital standards. It also maintains the temperature between 72 and 75 degrees with 50 percent humidity — ideal conditions for storing antique automobiles.

The listing said the space is big enough for at least 25 cars but could also be used as a recording studio because of its acoustic design.

The garage space has a black epoxy floor and an upgraded security system with high-definition cameras to protect all your automotive toys.

The home has a 500-foot circular driveway, which allows easy access for a semitruck loaded with some new-to-you cars — maybe something you picked up last week at Monterey?

In total, the home has 800-square-feet of designated living space, but this place is all about the cars. Of course, if you feel the need for some fresh air, there’s no reason to ease a classic out of the garage: The beach is just a 400-yard walk.

Carter Nacke
Carter Nacke
Carter Nacke is a graduate of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University. He began his career at KTAR News 92.3 FM in Phoenix, the largest news radio station in Arizona, where he specialized in breaking news and politics. A burgeoning interest in classic cars took him to the Journal in 2018. He's still on the hunt for his dad's old 1969 Camaro.



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