Pierce Brosnan takes $100M home off-market after a year without an offer
Brosnan had previously put the property up for rent, once listing it for $120,000 a month.
Pierce Brosnan has had to take his $100m, 12,500 square feet Malibu mansion off the market after a year without any offers.
The former Bond actor initially listed the property in September 2020, but removed it from the market last month instead of lowering the huge price tag.
Brosnan played 007 in four movies between 1995 and 2002 and used his millions earned from the films' success to purchase the massive property. Property records show that he purchased two neighbouring lands in 2000 for a combined $7.35 million.
If Brosnan had sold the property for its original price tag, it would have been one of the most expensive homes in the area.
Brosnan and his wife, activist and journalist Keely Brosnan, had previously put the property up for rent, listing it for $120,000 a month back in 2004.
The mansion has a Southeast Asian aesthetic which was apparently inspired by Brosnan's time shooting Tomorrow Never Dies in Thailand.
Sitting on the Malibu oceanfront, the retreat spans more than an acre of land, and is comprised of two homes with five bedrooms and 14 bathrooms between them, according to the New York Post.
The main property of the retreat is called Orchid House, and spans 12,500 square feet, taking a decade to complete. Located in the upscale Broad Beach community, the neighborhood is home to the likes of Danny DeVito and Dustin Hoffman.
The property includes a theater, a climate-controlled wine cellar which can hold around 200 bottles, a gym, a music room, and a spa with two soaking tubs.
Brosnan and his family currently live in Hawaii. The actor previously told the Wall Street Journal that he loves Malibu, but that "home is very much in the islands."