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Steve Martin's Stellar '70s-Era Concrete Fortress Costs $11M

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Banjo player and late-blooming novelist Steve Martin just listed his 7,377-square-foot Montecito mansion for $10,999,500. But this is Steve Martin we're talking about, so he's probably more than willing to work out a payment plan in jovial smiles and dad jokes. Designed by Roland E. Coate, Jr, a Venice Beach native, the home can be classified as 1970s residential brutalism to the max.

Sited on 5.86 acres, Steve's compound is the whole package; it's got ocean views, four bedrooms, a detached guest house, a three-car garage, and a pool. Martin, who owned the house for 10 years, is trying to quietly unload other properties as well, like the St. Bart's villa he put on the market just last year.

Aside from taking us inside this very severe bunker, the photos impart to us something important, namely that Steve Martin is the kind of guy who fills a concrete home with very round pastel couches. Check them out below.


· 1106 Coast Village Rd [Sotheby's International Realty]
· Steve Martin Selling Longtime Home Near Montecito [Zillow]
· For $11.24M, Buy Steve Martin's Rambling Caribbean Pad [Curbed National]