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Cindy Crawford’s Malibu Mansion Hits Market at $99.5 Million!

A cliffside Malibu estate that once belonged to the supermodel has just been listed for $99.5 million, one of the highest-priced homes in the state. Crawford sold the home for $45 million in 2018. Truly secluded, the mansion sits behind gates on over three acres of manicured grounds above Malibu’s El Sol Beach. A private path leads down to the white sand beach, accessible only to the handful of surrounding mansions that make up the neighborhood. The house has been exquisitely designed to take advantage of the panoramic views of the shore. Mature trees, including palms, surround the house for a serene, natural feel.

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