• Howie Mandel sells Malibu home

    We thought the world was coming to an end with the last episode of Howie Mandel's "Bobby's World." But by the looks of his amazing home in Malibu, Calif., game show host Howie Mandel has found high-flying success with "Deal or No Deal." Mandel, who has admitted he has mysophobia, or a fear of germs, just sold his very clean-looking home for $7.75 million.
  • Howie Mandel sells Malibu home

    Mandel knew what price he wanted for his ocean-facing home, his realtor, Mike Gardner of Malibu Real Estate writes in a blog post: ""Howie knew what price he wanted, held out for it, and got it … even if it took over two years."
  • Howie Mandel sells Malibu home

    Mandel raised the price of his home by $500,000 in Jan. 2013, 15 months after it hit the market. Designed by architect Douglas Burdge to look like a Nantucket-style home with large windows and an indoor-outdoor living flow, it has priceless views of Santa Monica Bay.
  • Howie Mandel sells Malibu home

    The home has hand-scraped wood floors, open beams and custom molding.
  • Howie Mandel sells Malibu home

    Howie Mandel bought his Point Dume-area home for $3 million in July 2006.
  • Howie Mandel sells Malibu home

    "Crafted with the finest of finishes, the timeless architectural style weds both an elegant sophistication and casual seaside living with a seamless indoor outdoor flow," the listing states.
  • Howie Mandel sells Malibu home

    The 5,865-sq. ft. home has five bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, an office, theater, gym and pool/guest house. It sits on one acre.
  • Howie Mandel sells Malibu home

    The home is described as "one of the finest homes ever conceived in this exclusive seaside community."
  • Howie Mandel sells Malibu home

    The home is within "walking distance to Malibu's most pristine and secluded beaches, and to the sought after Point Dume Marine Science Elementary School," the listing states.
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