You might not have been fortunate enough to snag her sprawling Brentwood mansion or renovated Nashville estate that were recently up for grabs, complete with her own signature design touches. But now’s your chance to pick up Reese Witherspoon’s former Malibu vacation home known as “Zuma Farms,” resting in the picturesque foothills high above Zuma Beach; that is, of course, if you have a few million dollars burning a hole in your proverbial pocket.
Described in the listing as a “rare, exceedingly private oasis,” current owner Meg Haney — the Tennessee-born daughter of Chattanooga real estate billionaire Franklin Haney, and younger sister of a noted fashion designer who once served as Witherspoon’s stylist — is looking to hand over the keys for exactly $8 million. Haney paid $6.7 million for the place in 2020, just a year after Witherspoon and longtime husband Jim Toth doled out $6.3 million for their getaway almost four years ago, back in summer 2019.
Built in 1950 — but since extensively modernized and renovated by the previous owners, who operated the property as a wedding venue — the nearly 2-acre spread is tucked away behind a gated driveway, and features a main four-bedroom house. Other structures include a repurposed barn, along with a building that houses a mirrored gym and media room. There’s also an Airstream trailer that sleeps four, and has its own kitchen, bath and shower.
As for the main house, the open-plan living spaces are highlighted by a living room resting beneath a wood-beam ceiling, and displaying a brick fireplace and picture windows, as well as a dining room sporting a wall of glass overlooking the grassy yard. An eat-in kitchen is outfitted with high-end stainless appliances and a wet bar with wine fridge, while the primary bedroom has a bath equipped with a clawfoot soaking tub.
Outdoors, the lush grounds are laced with mature sycamores, and host an equestrian paddock, fire-pit, sport court, hot tub and vine-covered pavilion, along with plenty of spots ideal for al fresco lounging and entertaining. Particularly standing out is the aforementioned barn, which has a space for billiards, kitchen, lofty ensuite bedroom and covered porch.
The listing is held by Graham J. Larson of Sotheby’s International Realty.