Inside Maria Sharapova’s House
Tennis star Maria Sharapova takes us on a tour of her Japanese-inspired home by the beach. This minimalist home features imposing concrete walls, a swim-up pool right against the house and a bowling alley.
Her incredible California home.
For the 2004 Wimbledon champion has a double-lane bowling alley in the basement of her three-storey, Japanese-inspired mansion.
It took three years to plan and build the giant property which looks out onto panoramic views of Malibu and Palos Verdes.
From the tranquil pool in the back garden to the open-plan kitchen space, Russian-born Sharapova was involved in every detail.
Step inside the grounds and the theme is immediately apparent with a Japanese pine and fountain in front of a three-storey glass entrance.
Light floods into a vast hall with huge concrete blocks climbing up the side of the room.
Sharapova, an art fanatic whose previous home was filled with colour and paintings, wanted a minimalist and subtlety to her new pad.
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