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When Camille Grammer tragically lost her Malibu home in last fall's Woolsey Fire, she decided to renovate and move into a nearby beachfront property she had purchased a few years ago as an investment. The home was built in the '50s, redone in the '80s and has been completely remodeled over the last several months. Now, after months of living in a trailer by the water, the property is ready for The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills friend, her husband, David Meyer, and her children to move in at last!
Camille shared a few glimpses of the results on her Instagram Stories, and from the natural wood accents throughout the house to the comfy couch and furniture on the patio, everything looks gorgeous — and totally within Camille's design realm! Even her pooch is looking right at home already.
We weren't kidding when we said her home was literally at the water's edge!
The newlyweds' master suit includes an exposed-wood wall, a fireplace, a full living room, and a chaise overlooking the water. Not pictured: A balcony with two more beach loungers!
The dining room is right off the first-floor balcony, offering in-your-face ocean views.
We last saw the house when Camille gave Home & Design a tour of the property while it was still under construction, and even then her sweeping Pacific Ocean views totally stole the show.
“Voila, look at this. You can’t beat the beach. And this spring, when the sea life comes out, we’ll see the sea lions on the beach, the seals, the dolphins, the whales, it’s spectacular,” she said. “This is why I chose to purchase a house on the beach.” And we couldn't agree more. Beach life suits you, Camille!
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