Robin Thicke Singing a New Tune, Buys a New Spread in Malibu
By Megan Johnson
Looks like someone's got a new bachelor pad.
"Blurred Lines" singer and legendary lothario Robin Thicke has dropped $2.395 million on a four-bedroom California spread in tony Malibu. The R&B star, the son of one of the 1980s' best sitcom fathers, Alan Thicke, has moved in with his 20-year-old girlfriend, April Love Geary. (Alan, by the way, just confessed that he and his wife like to get it on to his son's music. Yeah, we're a little disturbed too.)
The 2,359-square-foot home may be just the place that Thicke needs after his tempestuous split from ex-wife Paula Patton. A single-story, midcentury-style house, it's the picture of relaxation with ocean and mountain views, a 7,000-square-foot lawn, and 60 fruit trees. The property is also a fully-functioning equestrian compound, with almost two acres of gated land plus a four-stall corral, tack room, and full-size arena.
The house boasts some other interesting aspects: It has a recent "seismic retrofit," which means it's prepped to be sturdy in case of earthquakes. And then there's the eight-line phone system with an intercom, which really isn't all that surprising if you think about all the girls Robin probably needs to keep in touch with. A beautiful chef's kitchen with bird's-eye maple cabinets and quartz countertops complements ash and granite floors.
It hasn't been all smooth sailing since moving to this chill location at the beach, however. Turns out, Robin's pet dog likes to party almost as much as he does: The pup apparently got into Robin's weed stash multiple times and had to be brought to the vet for treatment, Page Six reported.