A-listers Miley Cyrus, Robin Thicke and Kim Basinger begin rebuilding
EXCLUSIVE: Shocking aerial photos reveal the bulldozed Malibu mansions of A-listers Robin Thicke, Kim Basinger and Camille Grammer as they prepare to rebuild – while Miley and Liam’s estate remains in ruins after wildfire destruction
- DailyMailTV has taken exclusive aerial images which show the destruction of last year’s California wildfires
- Miley Cyrus’ music studio survived as well as the home she bought next door to husband Liam, while the mansion completely burned to the ground
- Singer Neil Young’s 17.6acre property has been pictured post-fire and only his peace circle and wooden posts which held up his home remain
- Actress Kim Basinger and Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Camille Grammer’s properties have been bulldozed and cleared of debris in preparation to rebuild
- Singer Robin Thicke ‘s home didn’t survive, but aerial images show simple outdoor furniture, a children’s play area and a trampoline did
- Anthony Hopkins and Liam’s brother Luke Hemsworth had a lucky escape – with their next-door neighbors’ homes not surviving the blaze
Hollywood elite are preparing to rebuild their charred mansions after last year’s California wildfires that ripped through parts of Malibu, DailyMailTV can reveal.
Aerial images reveal empty plots where the homes of Kim Basinger, Robin Thicke, Camille Grammer and Neil Young once stood.
Meanwhile, Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus’ estate still lies in ruins after the fires – but her music studio remained completely unscathed.
As the only part of the property made of brick, the 26-year-old singer’s studio survived while the rest of the estate – including their beloved animal shelter – was destroyed. The $2.5million four-bedroom brick property Cyrus bought next door to her husband also survived the fire.
Seven months after California’s fiercest ever blaze, the devastated coastal city is slowly making a recovery, DailyMailTV can reveal.
Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth have yet to rebuilt their Malibu mansion after the property was destroyed apart from her music studio which remained untouched, DailyMailTV can reveal
Miley’s music studio made of brick survived as well as the home she bought next door to husband Liam, while the mansion completely burned to the ground
Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus’ property was destroyed in the Woolsey Fire that raged from November 8 to 21 in 2018 and the ruins remain
Meanwhile, actress Kim Basinger has already demolished the incinerated parts of her property and leveled the ground in preparation for a rebuild.
Exclusive images reveal Neil Young’s devastated property high in the Malibu mountainside for the first time.
The legendary singer bought the 17.6acre, 1920s wooden former hunter’s cabin from wife Darryl Hannah for $3.6million in 2016 and it enjoyed a secluded location surrounded by trees.
Now all that remains is the charred supporting posts and wooden beams of the main house, a stone ‘peace circle’ next to the entrance and a pebbled rockery.
Camille Grammer, ex-wife of Cheers star Kelsey, told her social media followers that her property would have to be demolished after the blaze, and as our snaps show, it’s now been razed to the ground and the debris cleared.
Actress Kim Basinger (right) and Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Camille Grammer’s properties have been bulldozed and cleared of debris
The home of Camille Grammer, the former wife of actor Kelsey Grammer, was so badly damaged that she had no other choice but to bulldoze it. Her plot is seen in between sprawling mansions
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Camille Grammer’s burned $3.282m Paradise View Estates mansion pictured above in March, sustained heavy damage from the Woolsey blaze
Camille Grammer’s home was badly damaged and she was left with no choice but to bulldoze what remained
Kim Basinger’s is completely gone after the fires that raged on for nearly a month. All the debris was cleared from the plot and all that is left is a hole for the pool
Singer Robin Thicke’s sprawling property was burned to the ground but cleaned up, a sign rebuilding will start
It appears reconstruction is beginning on Thicke’s property, who welcomed a new baby with April Love Geary this year
Aerial views of Robin Thicke’s home reveal that all that remained was the children’s playhouse (center)
Although the stars lost their luxury multi-million dollar mansions, some parts of their estates somehow escaped any damage.
The back part of Grammer’s home still has a perfectly green stepped lawn and shrubbery area, which leads down to a garden relaxation area and trampoline.
Signer Robin Thicke’s children’s play area stayed untouched while the singer and his neighbor’s properties were incinerated.
In Kim Basinger’s case, the outdoor wooden tables and chairs remained, sitting in the garden as if nothing has happened.
Exclusive images reveal singer Neil Young’s devastated property high in the Malibu mountainside for the first time
This is Neil Young’s property, which he bought from girlfriend Darryl Hannah, and was destroyed in last year’s wildfires
All that remains of Young’s home are the charred supporting posts and wooden beams of the main house, a stone ‘peace circle’ next to the entrance and a pebbled rockery
While a number of celebrities saw their properties ruined, others can count their blessings. Silence of the Lambs actor Anthony Hopkins’s red-tiled seafront cottage stayed in one piece, but three lined along the same cliff edge burnt down including his next-door neighbor.
Liam’s brother, actor Luke Hemsworth, also survived a scare as his mansion escaped unscathed, while the properties next-door and opposite both didn’t survive.
Much has been made of all the celebrities losing their homes, yet whole streets were also wrecked by the devastating fires, as seen in the images.
The 2018 California wildfires marked the deadliest and most destructive in California history. The Woolsey Fire ignited on November 8 and blazed until November 21.
It razed through over 96,000 acres of land and killed three people.
The fires destroyed 1,643 homes and buildings and caused more than 295,000 people to evacuate their hillside homes.
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