When we first met Camille Grammer on season one of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, the blonde beauty graced our screens while perched inside a mansion high in the Malibu hills. Married to TV actor Kelsey Grammer at the time, Camille’s 14,000-square-foot house was the backdrop to many a scene (we all remember the infamous dinner party from hell!).
While a whole lot has changed since then — Camille and Kelsey are now divorced and both have remarried — the couple’s former home is still as glorious as it ever was, and as of this week, it’s for sale! (To be clear: This is not the home that Camille lost in the Malibu fires last year.)
Listed by Mauricio Umansky’s brokerage firm The Agency, the mansion is on the market for a whopping $19.95 million. What do you get for that price? Hmmm, let’s see: seven bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, a two-story ballroom, a home theater and gym, an equestrian facility and horse riding ring, and some Monet-inspired lily ponds. Oh yeah, and a kitchen designed by Wolfgang Puck himself.
You guys, this home is the epitome of lifestyles of the rich and famous! Let’s check out the property for ourselves, shall we?
A Sprawling Property
Located on nearly five acres in Malibu, the home's property is simply spectacular, boasting horse stables, lily ponds, an organic vegetable garden, fruit patches, and rose gardens.
Anyone up for a Match?
Camille often played tennis atop this court during the first season of RHOBH.
Now This Is a View
The home's two-story ballroom has a stunning crystal chandelier and views of the mountains and ocean, and is practically al fresco thanks to the massive doors allowing guests to flow out onto the patio.
Truly a Chef's Kitchen
There are chef's kitchens... and then there's this, a kitchen literally designed by a world-renowned chef! We're guessing Kelsey pulled some strings to get Wolfgang Puck's help in designing this space.
Master Bedroom Goals
Can we all have a master bedroom with a private sitting room, a balcony, and a sprawling en suite bathroom? Please?
The Monet-Inspired Ponds
When we heard that the home features ponds inspired by Monet, we thought they'd probably just be regular ol' ponds. Alas, they truly look like something out of a Monet painting!
An Equestrian Lifestyle
Camille's former home has six horse stables, a stunning, old-world equestrian facility, and a riding ring.
Want to see the entire home? Go here and be sure to tune into the RHOBH reunion part two next Tuesday at 9/8c!
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