Although the singer-songwriter-actress hasn't lived there in recent years, the more than half-acre property recalls teenage years spent lounging around the swimming pool or practicing maneuvers on the skateboard ramp.
The walled compound, which presents only a gated drive to the street, is not far from the Bob and
Beyond the gate, a tree-lined brick driveway leads to a Tuscan-style house built in 2007 and designed by Montecito architect Bob Easton. The Old World-inspired home and walls are partially wreathed in ivy.
Wrought iron work, copper rain gutters, a Juliet balcony, columns and arches are among architectural features. The three-car garage has arched individual doors.
A flagstone courtyard with a fountain sits at the home's double-door entry. Inside, 21-foot-tall formal entry, a circular staircase topped by a skylight, a library, formal living room and dining rooms, a guitar display room, a home theater, multiple fireplaces, six bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms lie within the 8,700 square feet of living space. A camera system provides security.
Mature landscaping, palm trees, gardens and lawn complete the grounds.
Cyrus, 22, gained fame starring on the series “Hannah Montana” (2006-11). Her film work includes a starring voice role on “
The property was purchased by her parents, country singer Ray Cyrus and Leticia Cyrus, in 2007 for $5.838 million and was later moved into a property trust in which she holds other real estate.
Thomas Atamian of Dilbeck Real Estate is the listing agent.