$2.4 million mobile home for sale in luxurious LA trailer park: Photos – Business Insider

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$2.4 million mobile home for sale in luxurious LA trailer park: Photos – Business Insider

Along the beach in Malibu, California, sits Paradise Cove. It’s often referred to as one of America’s most expensive trailer park s.

Though mobile homes aren’t often associated with high price tags, in this park, it’s not uncommon for them to cost millions of dollars.

Paradise Cove has been called home by big-name celebrities including actors Minnie Driver, Pamela Anderson, and Matthew McConaughey.

In fact, fashion designer Betsey Johnson just listed her pink mobile home, which is located in the park, for $1.95 million.

Read more: Betsey Johnson just listed her pink mobile home for $1.95 million, and it’s located in one of the country’s most exclusive trailer parks — here’s a look inside

And, while she’s asking nearly $2 million for the home, Johnson’s home is far from the priciest.

The most expensive mobile home for sale in the park is asking for over $2.4 million.

Currently represented by Compass’ Ren Smith, this home comes with everything from an outdoor shower to an indoor study.

Keep reading for a look inside.

And it’s not just mansions hitting those kinds of prices: Malibu is also home to some extremely expensive, extremely fancy trailer homes. The Paradise Cove Mobile Home Park in Malibu, California is a trailer park known for its exclusivity and multimillion-dollar mobile homes.


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“The enclave is a throwback to simpler times, where everybody still waves hello and kids can run free. Golf carts are the primary mode of transportation, and the secluded beach is a neighborhood gathering place,” said Ren Smith to Business Insider when asked what it’s like to live in Paradise Cove.


Suzy Poling, courtesy of Compass

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