“James Bond” star Pierce Brosnan is capturing for 9 figures in Malibu, the place his Thai-inspired retreat on Broad Seaside simply hit the marketplace for $100 million.

The mammoth price ticket makes it the eighth-priciest residence at present available on the market in L.A. County. If it sells for wherever near $100 million, it’ll mark a large return on funding for the Irish-American actor; information present he compiled the compound in 2000, shopping for one lot for $5.1 million and one other for $2.25 million.

The oceanfront retreat spans greater than an acre with two houses that mix for 5 bedrooms and 14 bogs. Previous a pair of carved teak gates, the verdant grounds are full of palm bushes, tropical flowers, flagstone courtyards and wraparound lanais.

Referred to as Orchid Home, the principle residence boasts interiors lined with glass and teak that soak up commanding ocean and mountain views. On the principle degree, there’s an ideal room, a kitchen with caramel-colored counters, a theater with tiered seating and a music room/recording studio. The spa provides two saunas, a steam room, Japanese soaking tub, chilly plunge and bathe.

The second story tacks on a library, a balcony overlooking the courtyard and an proprietor’s suite with a sitting space and expansive deck.

Sandy lounges and glass-enclosed eating areas dot the yard, which facilities on a saltwater pool and descends to 117 ft of seashore. The 2-story guesthouse additionally serves as a pool home with a bar.

Brosnan and his spouse, activist and journalist Keely Brosnan, have put the property up for hire a number of instances throughout their keep, as soon as itemizing it for $120,000 per thirty days again in 2004.

Brosnan, 67, starred in 4 James Bond movies from 1995 to 2002: “GoldenEye,” “Tomorrow By no means Dies,” “The World Is Not Sufficient” and “Die One other Day.” His different credit embody “Dante’s Peak,” “The November Man,” “The Matador” and “Nancy Astor,” the latter two of which earned him Golden Globe nominations.

Final yr, the couple paid $2.945 million for a humbler single-story residence in Santa Monica, The Times previously reported.

Chris Cortazzo of Compass holds the itemizing.

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