From One Iconic Home to the Next
The Brady Bunch house is one of television’s most iconic homes. After all, this is the place where actor Barry Williams spent a good portion of his teenage years. But since that series ended, Williams has moved on to bigger and better things, like his gorgeous home on Malibu Beach. And this home, much like his childhood TV home, is something of a marvel.
In even bigger news, Williams recently put his Malibu Beach house on the market, and it’s listed at $6.3 million. So if you love private coastal views, the roar of the waves, and a luxury place to soak it all in, then this home is definitely the one for you.
Malibu Beach Colony Living at Its Finest, Giant Blended Family Not Included
The home is located in the prestigious Malibu Beach Colony, one of only two private gate-guarded communities. It has 2,808 square-feet of living space with three bedrooms and four bathrooms. The property sits on the sand with the waves gently gently rolling in, just feet away. When the tide is in, the ocean laps against the home’s front pylons, making it look as if the home opens directly to the sea.
A Home Suitable for Johnny Bravo
In The Brady Bunch, Williams’ character, Greg Brady, dreamed of one day becoming a hit-making recording artist under the name, Johnny Bravo. In the show, Greg almost realized his dream, while later in real life, Williams would buy this incredible home – one that would have been perfectly suited for his rock-and-roll dream life.
From the tiered fountain to the home’s glass front door, the entry to the home sets the stage for the tranquil beauty you’ll find inside. The foyer features a direct line of sight to the living room/dining room, where the floor-to-ceiling windows serve beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean just beyond.
To the right is the living room with stone fireplace and vaulted ceiling. To the side of the spacious and cozy living room is the family room, where you can sit and relax and watch re-runs of the former owner’s show.
Meanwhile, to the left of the living room, you will find the ocean-view dining room and huge kitchen to the left of that. The kitchen is a work of art, with custom cabinetry and stainless-steel commercial-grade appliances, including an island cooktop, two in-wall ovens, and a Sub-Zero refrigerator.
The home’s second level is where the bedrooms are located and like the downstairs, the master features floor-to-ceiling windows and incredible sunset views of the Pacific. The master bedroom also has its own private balcony, a master bath with separate soaking tub and shower, and cavernous closets. The second and third bedrooms are smaller, but perfectly proportioned with their own dedicated bathrooms.
With This Deck, Sunshine Days Are Guaranteed
Without a doubt, the star of this home sits right outside its windows. The stunning view of the ocean is worth the entry price alone, and the wide deck makes for the perfect place to take it all in. The glass deck walls allow for an uncompromised view of the surf, making the deck the ultimate setting for everything from hosting romantic dinners to catching up on your reading list to just basking in the heavenly Southern California sunshine.
Place the Winning Bid and You’ll Keep On Dancin’
Only a lucky few get to live this close to the Pacific Ocean. But only one person will be lucky enough to enjoy living in the former home of Greg Brady. If this home speaks to you, then don’t wait to put in your offer. A home with this type of view will not last long on the market, especially with its low asking price. Put in your offer today and you’ll “keep on, keep on, keep on, keep on dancin’ all through the night.”