Malibu’s Sundance Ranch Asks $18 Million
The equestrian property was once owned by George Roy Hill, director of ‘Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid’.
Sundance Ranch, a Malibu, Calif., equestrian property once owned by George Roy Hill, director of “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,” is coming on the market for $18 million.
Mr. Hill, who also directed the movies like “Thoroughly Modern Millie” and “The Sting,” owned the property in the 1970s, public records show. He died in 2002.
About 15 miles from Santa Monica, the nearly 11-acre ranch overlooks the ocean and includes the original 1953 ranch house owned by Mr. Hill. The 2,139-square-foot house has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, an office and an outdoor dining area with views of the ocean. It also has rustic exposed wood beam ceilings, a Jacuzzi, a pool, a fire pit, a zip line and an outdoor shower. There is space to expand and build additional structures, pending approvals, according to the listing.
There are also two horse barns with 24 new stalls and a riding arena. Kumquat, pomegranate, lemon and lime trees grow on the land.
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