Dean Cain is closing in on the sale of his luxury Malibu mansion for $6.25 million
Dean Cain has completed the sale of his luxury Malibu mansion, California on Wednesday.
The Superman actor, 56, fetched $6.25 million — a million dollars less than his original asking price — for his four-bedroom, five-bathroom luxury home, according to reports TMZ.
According to the news outlet, real estate sources revealed that $7.25 million was “a bit high,” but the Supergirl vet is “thrilled with the deal.”
Star of “Masters of Illusions” — who dated Brooke Shields while they were at Princeton – they previously put up a luxurious estate for sale last March.
His former residence boasts spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean.
Now it can be yours! The 56-year-old actor, who dated Brooke Shields when they attended Princeton, is leaving the spacious home overlooking the Pacific Ocean where the Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman star lived for several years.
Home for sale: Dean Cain, 56, is selling his lavish Malibu estate for $7.25 million. The actor is best known for his role as Superman in Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.
The single-story home, where the Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman star lived for several years, was built in tony Malibu Country Estates in 1976.
Inside the 3,302 square foot home is a large family room with tile floors and a fireplace with high ceilings.
An arched entrance hall invites guests to a comfortably furnished room with a view of the blue sky and the sea.
His and her sinks on either side of the toilet provide personal space for those sharing the toilet.
The single father painted a gorgeous mural of the lives of seals in a room that most likely belonged to his 22-year-old son Christopher when he was growing up.
Dolphins, turtles and sharks cover the ceiling and walls, which have been fitted with built-in shelves.
Outside, the house has a large patio with several comfortable seating and dining areas.
There is a private lagoon pool and spa with a waterfall, perfect for enjoying the beautiful sunsets.
Malibu: The 3,302-square-foot home was built in tony Malibu Country Estes in 1976.
The home features a library, bonus loft and large family room with tile floor and fireplace with high ceilings.
Entrance: An arched entrance hall welcomes guests into a comfortably furnished room with views of the blue sky and sea. The area has plenty of space for a grand piano or other seating area
Kitchen: The spacious kitchen features light wood cabinets and blue tile, high beamed ceilings and recessed lighting.
Appliances: Appliances include both gas and electric ovens and an electric stove
Breakfast Nook: A cozy breakfast nook with a large window seat is perfect for casual dining
Master bedroom: The master bedroom has enough space to include a sitting area. It has sliding glass doors that provide stunning ocean views and also opens onto a patio
Bathroom: The bathroom includes a marble bathtub surrounded by mirrors to make the room feel even bigger than it is.
His and Hers: His and her sinks on either side of the toilet provide some personal space for those sharing the space. A glass shower cabin is part of the multi-functional area
Mural: In a room that most likely belonged to his 22-year-old Christopher when he was growing up, Dean had a wonderful mural of seal life. Dolphins, turtles and sharks cover the ceiling and walls, which have been fitted with built-in shelves
Pool and Spa: There is a private lagoon pool and waterfall spa, perfect for a fun day in the sun or taking in the beautiful sunsets. The property covers nearly half an acre and boasts a terraced garden with roses, aloe vera and paddocks.
Orchard: A series of steps lead down to the beach. The orchard on the property is full of all kinds of citrus, including oranges, lemons, grapefruits and tangerines, as well as loquats and avocados.
The property covers almost half an acre.
It boasts a terraced garden with roses, aloe vera and coppice trees.
The orchard on the property is filled with all kinds of citrus, including oranges, lemons, grapefruit and mandarin trees, as well as medlar and avocado trees.
A series of steps lead down to the beach.
The home, which sits alone on a cul-de-sac, has a generous driveway that leads to a detached two-car garage.