Over the years, Chris Martin of Coldplay Front has secretly amassed an impressive portfolio of millions of dollars in assets in Malibu. Apparently, however, he has decided to thin out his holdings, listing .5.5 acres in the prestigious Point Doom area, asking no more than price 5.5 million.
The English musician, songwriter and producer bought Dramatic Spread two years ago on Compass for about ৫ 4.5 million, directed by Lily Harfuch, and for current listings, the show property was once the site of Shepherd-by-the-Sea Church and was home to the famous Malibu Playhouse. . In addition to the octagonal 99-seat theater, the property is transformed into a low-slang living office space, and a uniquely convex standalone structure of unique scheduled use has a short rise with a flickering scene.
Marketing materials mark the land as residential but allow for an active conditional use that could allow the property to continue as a theater or, say, a wellness retreat, equestrian facility or transformation into a recording studio. The property can certainly be turned into a sprawling residential estate with enchanting hills, sunsets and sea views.
At the same time he bought the Malibu Playhouse property, the 2009 Grammy winner also chose an adjoining residential property, a fairly ordinary ranch house of about half an acre parcel which tax records indicate that last year pt sold more than 15 2.15 million to P 3.7 million. Less than $ 1.5 million.
Nonetheless, Martin still owns at least two expensive apartments in the Price Point Doom area in a 2017 relationship with Donna Johnson and Dakota Johnson, the daughter of actress Melania Griffith. In 2014, a year after his and actor / gop mogul Gwyneth Paltrow’s conscious inauguration, Martin had a whopping ১৪ 14 million for a smooth bachelor pad designed by the misguided architect John Lautner in a special plum pocket in the early 1970s. And, in early 2019, he raised about 8 5.475 million around the 1,800-square-foot architect renovated corner, presumably for use with family and other guests.