Once the set of numerous films, the "Henman House" has been listed with an asking price of $7.95 million. Built by Ed Niles (FAIA) in 1993, the residence sits on nearly seventeen acres of green Malibu lawns with unobstructed white-water views of the Pacific Ocean. The property grounds include a sixty-foot pool, a helipad that doubles as a driving range, and parking for twenty-five cars. The floors are fossilized limestone beneath twenty-two foot tall cathedral ceilings.There is a chef's kitchen with a black diamond fireplace and hidden panel cabinetry that opens to reveal a limestone patio and outdoor kitchen.
Owned by director Graham Henman and fashion stylist Paris Henman of Henman Guitars, this custom glass and steel home is one of the Ed Niles' many achievements. The architect has been featured in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and Architectural Digest. In 2001, the University of Southern California presented him with their Distinguished Alumni Award. Angelenos may know Ed Niles from his "Salad Spinner" house in Beverly Hills, which sold for $9 million earlier this year. The architect lives and works in Malibu.