As Tracy Tutor drove to meet high-profile developer Scott Gillen about his modern Malibu mansion, New Castle, she couldn't help but think about the magnitude of the potential listing deal in front of her. "This is the biggest thing that's ever happened to me," the Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles broker said on the show's July 7 episode. "So hopefully I don't choke."
"Forget the fact that the castle is $75 million, which would be the biggest listing I've ever had," Tracy added in an interview during the episode, "but he's got an entire portfolio of properties here."
That portfolio, she explained, could be life changing. "I mean, f--k yes. This is a big deal," she said. "To have a $500 million portfolio that I could potentially get, that means something like $10 million in commission to me. Major."
Within the portfolio is The Case, "five properties on 24 flat acres sitting on a bluff overlooking all of the pacific," she noted. "You're in the center of Malibu and to have that kind of land is just unheard of because there are no neighbors and there never will be."
Naturally, after several late nights working on an incredibly detailed pitch, Tracy landed the listing for the New Castle — as well as the entire portfolio dubbed the Malibu Series. "This is, like, clearly the biggest thing that's ever happened to me," she said. "Now I have to sell them."
The New Castle, featuring nearly 8,500 square feet of outdoor deck space, was purchased in 2015 for $9.7 million. The property has an 11,000 square-foot main house boasting five bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and a media room as well as a two-bedroom guest house. As Tracy declared upon seeing it for the first time: "It's so unique."
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"I have not seen a view from up here quite like this," Tracy said upon seeing the property's panoramic ocean and canyon views.
Open Kitchen & Dining Area
Gillen noted during the episode that he brings his kitchens in from Germany, and this high-end Bulthaup kitchen with Gaggenau appliances and an induction cooktop was no exception. "I love Gaggenau appliances," Tracy noted. "They're so beautiful." An open dining area is just steps away from the entertainer's kitchen.
Luxe Wine Tasting & Cigar Rooms
The two rooms boast more than $1 million in teak, Gillen explained on the episode. While the wine tasting room features a unique pivot-hinged door, the cigar room offers breathtaking canyon views.
Lavish Living Room
The abode had 187 laminated wood beams, as seen in the expansive living room.
While touring the main bathroom, Tracy was particularly impressed with the one-of-a-kind solid walnut bathtub. "I love walnut tubs," she said. "They hold heat so much longer than acrylic tubs."
She later added: "The wood really gives the bathroom such a warm aesthetic"
The other bathrooms in the house are also incredibly chic and feature hand-made porcelain tiles.
Chic Main Bedroom
The main bedroom offered a "crazy view," Tracy noted.
Custom Bedrooms & Closet
Many rooms of the house, including the boutique-style walk-in closet, featured custom cabinetry.
Expansive Guest House
Just steps from the main house, the expansive guest house had two bedrooms flooded with natural light.
The lights in the home were made of hand-blown glass from the Czech Republic, Gillen explained.
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