The ultimate garage: $10 million private car museum in Malibu

Up for grabs: This garage in Malibu, California is the dream accessory for any supercar fanatic - and has been put on the market with an eye watering $10million price tag

The ultimate garage: $10 million private car museum in Malibu has a bedroom and three bathrooms - but the supercars aren't included!

  • 7,000 sq ft garage in Malibu, California, is  home to a stunning collection of Ferraris, McLarens and Porsches 
  • It has been put on the market with a $10million price tag, but the luxury supercars are not included in the sum
  • The stunning garage, built in 2002, also has a bedroom and three bathrooms and has space for up to 25 cars

It is the dream accessory for any supercar fanatic and comes with an eye watering $10million price tag.

This 7,000 sq ft garage in Malibu, California, is currently home to a stunning collection of Ferraris, McLarens and Porsches.  

But while the building features a bedroom and three bathrooms, the luxury cars are not included in the huge asking price.

Steve Goldman's collection includes the likes of the McLaren P1, the Pagani Zonda Coupe and a one-off 600bhp Porsche Ruf Turbo Coupe as well as the LaFerrari.

To keep his cars in peek condition, Goldman fitted the building with top of the range air filtration technology that keeps humidity and dust controlled.

Listed with real estate agents Chris Cortazzo, the garage, built in 2002, has space for up to 25 car and also has a bedroom and three bathrooms on the 800 sq ft second floor.

The temperature is kept between 72 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit to maintain the cars and keep up the automotive gallery's pristine appearance. The 500 ft driveway fully encircles the building.

Goldman, a racecar driver, told the Robb Report: 'Our concept was to create a purpose-built facility just for cars. I contacted curators of museums and asked them, "How do you keep a painting for 1,000 years".

'This facility has temperature control, humidity control, dust control, and anti-bacterial control. It’s essentially on par with a hospital operating room.'

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