You can say this for Cheronda Guyton, the recently fired Wells Fargo exec who foreclosed on - and then partied in - a Malibu home: he certainly has good taste.
As you can see below, the $12 million beach side mansion is rather breathtaking.
As the AP reported: "The previous homeowners, Lawrence and Linda Elins, turned over the 3,800-square-foot house to Wells Fargo in May. Their real estate agent said they were financially devastated by Bernard Madoff's fraud scheme and had to sign the property over to Wells Fargo to help pay a larger debt."
Check out the PHOTOS, which are courtesy of Irene Dazzan-Palmer Of Coldwell banker (www.IreneDazzan-Palmer.com)