MALIBU—Film producer Gianni Nunnari has sold his Malibu oceanfront home for $10.4 million. The home was previously owned by “Die Hard” star Bruce Willis for 6 years.
The home is located in the guard-gated community of Malibu Cove Colony and sits on 50 feet of frontage. Nunnari’s home offers a coastline view that extends toward Malibu and up to the South Bay. Each level of the house holds a wide terrace with transparent guardrails. Walls of glass allow views of ocean to surround the house at all times.
The establishment was built in 1988 and consists of 4,640 square feet of space. The home has 5 bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, a gym and a glass-enclosed sauna.
The property went on market in January 2017 for $11 million. Nunnari listed the property for rent in July 2015 for $60,000 per month.
He purchased the home for $7.84 million in June 2014 and put it on market in September 2016 for $12.495 million.
Beata Mandell of Executive Reality Group is the listing agent. Brant Didden of 4 Malibu Real Estate represented Nunnari.
Nunnari is the founder and chief executive of Hollywood Gang Productions, which holds credits to a stock of films that include “Se7en,” “300” and “The Departed,” which won a total of 4 Oscars including Best Picture in 2007.