Producer Asking $32.5 Million for Malibu Compound

Alex Garcia's Malibu Home

Alex Garcia is a film producer from Latin America. His company, AG Studios, has produced shows Jack Ryan on Amazon Prime and La Reina Del Sur on Telemundo. In 2013, he purchased his Malibu property for 17 million. According to The Dirt, the house sits on 1.35 acres. As a bonus, the new owner will have access to one of the three private beaches nearby. Here are some more details about this house. Before you can see the 1999 mansion overlooking the Pacific ocean, you have to drive down a long driveway. The entrance is gated, and there are two vine-covered pillars on either side. As you go down, there are palm trees on either side that lean into the driveway. Once you get to the end of the driveway, it opens up to an expansive driveway facing the house’s front. The roof is Spanish tiled. On the left, there is the garage with an open-air hallway with several pillars. There are two patches of palm trees that flank the front door, a well-manicured bush growing over the top of the entrance.

Alex Garcia's Malibu Home

Entering the house

Once you enter the house, the floor is wooden with a modern twist. Two dark wood pillars break the room into sections. On the left is the formal dining room and on the right is the sunken living room. Additionally, to the left is a flight of stairs. The living room on the right has two separate short flights of stairs to a medium-sized area. At the far end of the living room is a modern fireplace with a dark wood mantel. To the left of the fireplace is a medium-sized window with a smaller one above it. The wall that is adjacent to the fireplace has two different sets of doors. Each is situated below an open window that spans the width. The door frames are wood that matches the rest of the trim throughout the bottom of the house. When you face the doors, they lead out to the pool deck or the left; a short flight of stairs leads to another portion of the living room.

Alex Garcia's Malibu Home

The next area of the house is the dining room. Even though this room could be used as a formal dining room with additional touches, it’s relatively unobtrusive. It has a lot of natural light but is not suited for a sizeable turn-of-the-century dining room table. Just off the dining room is the kitchen. Instead of the wood flooring in most of the downstairs, the kitchen has a light terracotta tile. The kitchen has a long island in the middle with a stove and overhead vent. Against the wall are the sing and three cabinets that sit side by side. The kitchen is modern and minimalistic. To the left of the kitchen is a smaller informal dining room. The small space to the left is a semi-circle of windows, each framed in wood that compliments the wood on the island and lower cabinets of the kitchen. One of the downstairs bedrooms has floor-to-ceiling windows on two sides and overlooks the pacific ocean. There is a bathroom with a modern version of a claw foot tub and a large shower with a glass door. The second bedroom is much smaller, with only a pair of doors at one side to add natural light.

Alex Garcia's Malibu Home

Upstairs

There is a second kitchen allowing this space to function separately from the downstairs. The upstairs kitchen looks much like the downstairs one, except in place of the light terracotta tile, there is a mixed stone tile with multiple colors ranging from whites to deeper browns. Additionally, there is a slightly less minimalistic feel in the upstairs kitchen. A large living room with a large stone fireplace on the left-hand side is directly off the kitchen. The ceiling has mission-style beams in dark wood. Additionally, the room opens onto one of the decks. There are two separate sets of doors to exit, one at the left just as you are walking in and one at the far end of the room.

Alex Garcia's Malibu Home

Unique features

There’s a game room in the house as well. It’s a larger area with a separate living room. It’s large enough for not only a pool table but potentially a foosball table. This room also features a larger version of the bar in the living room that opens onto the deck downstairs. One of the things that makes this house stand out is its many different places for entertaining. Aside from the small area when you first walk into the house, there is a separate larger area with a large bar at the far end. Additionally, there is a door with a large sunburst window at the top. This room opens onto the back deck, where the pool is located. Instead of something traditional, this house features an infinity pool. It seamlessly blends in with the coastline. Throughout the back deck, there is a lot of well-manicured landscaping features. Everything about the house and surrounding land feel like a celebrity home in Malibu, California. The palm trees and landscaping create an oasis away from the rest of the world while still close to everything in the area. One final feature of the house is a three-bedroom, two-bath guesthouse. It is a great space if you have live-in staff or want somewhere for people to stay when they visit. The guest house also features an outdoor shower, a vegetable garden, and an in-ground trampoline.

Alex Garcia's Malibu Home

Final Words

Every time a celebrity’s house goes on the market, it’s fun to take a look at their style and what improvements they’ve made to the house. Alex Garcia’s multi-million dollar mansion is well put together with well-executed furnishings. Yet, one of the most fun things about this property is that you can still imagine many different things you could do to put your own signature style on the place.

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