The Italianesque mansion, built in 1999, is set on 8.5 acres with rose gardens, expansive lawns, a koi pond, hiking trails and an infinity-edge swimming pool and spa. Views take in the ocean, nearby canyons and cityscape.
The 12,300 square feet of living space, renovated by Klum, feature a domed library with a fireplace, a wine temperature-controlled room and a master suite with a sitting room, dual closets and a terrace. A massive bookcase in the library came from Napoleon's country retreat in France.
There are living, family and dining rooms, a butler's pantry, a den, an office, a projection room, seven additional bedrooms and 9.5 bathrooms. French doors open to patios and terraces.
Klum, 41, won an Emmy for hosting "Project Runway," which she also executive produces. She has been a judge on "America's Got Talent" and "Germany's Next Top Model."
The occasional actress and serial home remodeler bought the property in 2010 with then-husband