Larry Ellison

Larry Ellison's House

Billionaire Businessman Larry Ellison purchased this property on May 12, 2005 for $22M, according to public records.

Actress and songwriter Linda Foster lived here with her sons, "The Princes of Malibu" (and David Foster). Their father is Caitlyn Jenner (nee Bruce Jenner). This home was featured on "MTV Cribs" and was ranked as one of their priciest of all-time.
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@ 2007-12-13 04:11:28
This is the David Foster estate on Cross Creek Rd. 22 acres and valued at 13 or 14 million.
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@ 2009-06-22 20:29:40
This house appears in the movie "Eight Million Ways to Die," with Jeff Bridges, as the house of Angel Maldanado. It also appears as Fielding Chase's house, in the Columbo episode "Butterfly in Shades of Gray"
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@ 2016-01-30 10:43:59
It says at the end of the article that Larry Ellison bought it for 22 million. Also, on an interesting side note; the estate was used as almost the third guest star (after William Shatner) in a 1994 episode called "Butterflies in shades of gray" where Lt Columbo went on and on what a great house it was, then he and Shatner ' s character Fielding Chase, rode the little tram up the hill together :)