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Photos: Frank Gehry Mansion In Malibu Can Be Yours For $33.9 Million

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Frank Gehry's Borman House is on the market for $33.9 million. This 6-bed, 9-bath home sits on one acre of prime Malibu real estate on Broad Beach, overlooking the Pacific Ocean.

According to the listing:

An architectural connoisseur's dream designed by Frank Gehry. World class beachfront trophy property encompassing multiple parcels with an unprecedented 160 ft of beachfront in the most prime section of Broad Beach. Featuring over 11,000 sf, iconic design with sunlit courtyard entry, soaring ceilings, great walls for art, old walls of glass overlook magnificent garden, tennis court, lap pool and deep sandy beach. An incredible once in a lifetime opportunity that can never be replicated.

The home was built in 1989 for Burton Borman, according to Curbed LA. It was on the market in 2013 for $57.5 million, which no one bit at, and was delisted in 2014. Now it's back, and considerably cheaper (for billionaires).

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Borman worked in insurance for many years and was the CEO of Todd Shipyards in the 90s. He was originally from Chicago, and enjoyed collecting art, co-founding the now-defunct Hoffman Borman Gallery in Santa Monica in the 80s. Borman died in September of 2012 at age 84.