Located on Point Dume just a short drive from the Pacific, the Malibu Auto Museum is a car collector’s dream. The Malibu Auto Museum was built by race car driver and tech engineer Steve Goldman along with his wife, Azita. The 7,000-square-foot facility currently houses the couple’s 14 luxury cars.
Upon entering the garage, you are welcomed into a museum-like arena with 18-foot ceilings, commercial-grade glass windows, anti-slip doors, and garage doors that open to the surrounding driveway. A computer controls the humidity, temperature, dust, and bacteria to keep your cars in optimal condition, and acoustically transparent panels on the walls and ceiling let the space double as a venue for events.
Overlooking the main floor is an 800 square foot apartment with a bedroom, full bath, and stainless steel kitchen. The modern residential quarters could be used by the owners’ security staff, museum curators, or guests. High-definition security cameras were installed throughout the property and can be monitored remotely to ensure the property is fully protected.
The Malibu Auto Museum is listed for $10 million by Chris Cortazzo of Coldwell Banker, the current owner will listen to offers for some of his rides, including several desirable Porsches and Ferraris.
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