Miley Cyrus just bought a vast new blank canvas on which to express her funky maximalist interior design style. The musician and actor paid $7.9 million for a six-bedroom, six-and-a-half-bathroom Malibu mansion, according to Dirt. The 6,568-square-foot Mediterranean-style structure was built in 1999 but has been recently updated and features crisp and modern white interiors and a warm-toned mix of hardwood and stone tile floors. Set on a scenic lot that measures just under one-and-a-half acres at the end of a long driveway, the Nashville-born singer’s new home boasts panoramic ocean, whitewater, canyon, and mountain vistas.
From the double-height entryway foyer, massive arched wall openings make for an open-plan entertaining area made up of a formal dining room that comfortably seats a dozen guests, a living room complete with a fireplace, and a billiards room. All three access the property’s landscaped grounds via floor-to-ceiling glass doors. The layout was likely a selling point for Cyrus, who had a similarly united floorplan in the eclectic Hidden Hills home that she sold last year. “I love the openness of the space,” the Wrecking Ball singer told AD during a tour of that house. “I love that when friends are cooking in the kitchen, when we’re watching TV or movies and someone’s at the bar, when someone goes to play the piano, we can all be together even if we’re not all sitting directly in the same space.”
Other highlights of the star’s new digs include a heated pool with an attached spa, numerous patios with plenty of space for lounging and al fresco dining, an oversized granite kitchen with a butler’s pantry, and a primary suite that boasts a fireplace, private balcony, a bathroom with a built-in tub and glass-walled shower, and a huge walk-in closet-slash-dressing room.
In addition to the $7.2 million sale of her Hidden Hills property last year, Cyrus recently sold a $14.5 million Nashville ranch and maintains her longtime residence in a $3.9 million Studio City mansion.