Malibu‘s Paradise Cove is unlike any other mobile home park in the United States. The pristine park is gated and situated on a famous beach crammed with remarkable beach views and interesting neighbors.

Now, there’s a chance to buy what is arguably the most prominent trailer in the park. Legendary fashion designer Betsey Johnson recently listed her hot-pink beach residence for $1.95 million.

The two-bedroom, two-bathroom bohemian-style mobile home features Johnson’s unique style, with crystal chandeliers and brightly colored bedrooms in shades of yellow and turquoise, not to mention the hot-pink exterior.

But if you can see past all of Johnson’s brightly colored furniture, rugs, and accessories, you’ll find white walls and classic wood flooring. The bathrooms have been updated in fresh white and gray neutrals, and the kitchen has top-grade, stainless-steel appliances.

Betsey Johnson’s beach house

Yellow master bedroom

Turquoise bedroom

Dining area and kitchen

Living room with fireplace

Classic white and gray bathroom with pops of color

The grounds feature lush, tropical landscaping, with a secret garden-style, pergola-covered outdoor living room, several whimsical seating areas, and an outdoor clawfoot soaking tub. They’re all private, thanks to the surrounding palms and other mature foliage.

Outdoor living room

Whimsical seating area

Outdoor soaking tub

The Paradise Cove community sits on a cultivated hillside overlooking the Pacific Ocean, and features 24-hour, guard-gated entry, a community tennis court, and clubhouse. Residents also have access to a gorgeous beach, as well as a seaside seafood restaurant that makes you feel as if you’re on vacation the second you’re seated.

Malibu’s Paradise Cove

Johnson, “known for her celebration of the exuberant, the embellished and the over the top,” as the official bio on her website puts it, “has been rocking the fashion industry with her unique and original designs since the 1960s.” At 77, she remains active in the fashion world and frequently appears on television.

 

1 Comment

  1. In the early 1950s it was much smaller and a quiet and peaceful site. 12 to 14 trailers at most and an enclosed pergola w/ piano. Only two Hollywood types.

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