“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” survivor Camille Grammer’s Malibu house — famously destroyed within the Woolsey fires of 2018 — has been rebuilt and offered for $6 million, The Post can reveal.
Grammer, a 52-year-old former Club MTV dancer and Playboy mannequin, spent $3.3 million on the property in 2016 and offered it to an LLC tied to Enco Structural Consultants final 12 months at a $2 million loss, in line with public information.
“I’m not sure what’s going to happen … “It’s been a nightmare,” she told Page Six in April 2019 earlier than she offered the house to traders. “They need to demo the toxic debris because the house burnt from the top down. And they have to remove anything that’s toxic from the house and then they have to demo the rest of it and start from scratch. So it’s going to be a long process.”
The Woolsey fireplace destroyed about 1,600 constructions and unfold 96,949 acres, impacting Los Angeles and Ventura counties over the course of 56 days, according to Cal Fire.
“My family home will remain in my heart as I start to rebuild anew wherever that will be. My heart is with my family and friends,” she wrote on Instagram in November 2018, shortly after the hearth.
But Grammer is just not leaving Malibu — she nonetheless owns her $6.5 million beachfront house there along with her husband David Meyer.
Grammer has two youngsters along with her ex-husband, “Frasier” star Kelsey Grammer, Mason Olivia Grammer, 19, and Jude Gordon Grammer, 16. Before their divorce, she and the “Frasier” star owned one of the crucial costly properties of all the actual housewives.
Grammer, who’s not on the Real Housewives, walked off the Season 9 reunion in July, saying she was “set up” by the women after going through tense questions, Bravo reported.
The patrons, Morris and Mimi Goldfinger, bought the house for $6 million in May after promoting their former Malibu house for $4.15 million in March, Realtor.com listings present.
The up to date new house, rebuilt within the place of her previous Malibu digs, has 4 bedrooms, four-and-a-half loos and spans 5,500 sq. toes — barely smaller than the 6,100-square-foot Mediterranean house owned by Grammer, which was inbuilt 1992, in line with archived Realtor.com listings.
A consultant for Grammer declined to remark. Enco Structural Consultants and itemizing dealer Cooper Mount of The Agency didn’t reply to a request for remark. Buyer’s dealer Sandro Dazzan of The Agency confirmed that traders purchased the land and rebuilt the house earlier than promoting to the present patrons.