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French tenor Sébastien Izambard reprises his role as seller in Malibu

The rebuilt farmhouse brings a contemporary twist to Old World charm.
(Simon Berlyn)

French singer and composer Sébastien Izambard of the Il Divo quartet has put his compound in Malibu on the market at $12.95 million. This is not the first time the tenor has toyed with the idea of selling. In 2016, he listed the place for $15.9 million.

The whitewashed European-inspired farmhouse, built in 1979, was rebuilt during his ownership to bring a more contemporary flavor to the Old World interiors. Details include cathedral ceilings, oak floors and skylights.

In the living room, gothic-style windows take in garden and ocean views. A great room with a fireplace, a dining room, a center-island kitchen and a media room are among other living spaces.

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Including the five-bedroom main house, a one-bedroom guesthouse and a two-bedroom barn, there are eight bedrooms and six bathrooms in more than 7,800 square feet of space.

Patios, a tennis court, a tree-lined driveway, vegetable gardens and a horse corral fill the four-plus acre grounds above Zuma Beach.

Izambard bought the house in 2011 for $4 million, public records show.

Ellen Francisco of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage is the listing agent.

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