Inside The $6Million Secret Service Malibu Crash Pad For Hunter Biden


The Secret Service is splashing out a whopping $30,000-a-month to rent a luxury Malibu mansion so they can keep a round-the-clock watch on Hunter Biden, exclusive DailyMail.com pictures reveal.

The Spanish-style sea view villa with six bedrooms, a pool, tasting room, gym, spa, built-in BBQ and ‘castle-like tower’ is being rented by the presidential bodyguards is valued at more than $6 million.

The property is right next door to Hunter’s $20,000-a-month rented home where he lives with his wife Melissa, 35, and their baby Beau.

A property listing for the USSS pad describes ‘picturesque gardens’, a ‘sunken living room arching around a huge fireplace’ and ‘hand carved doors, artisan tiles, [and] antique style bar with stained glass inlay’.

The realtor described it as ‘A Magical Mediterranean Resort Style Home with Ocean Views.’

It was originally built in 1958 for actress Linda Lavin – star of the 1970s sitcom Alice. ‘With many outstanding performances, Linda Lavin made this home a perfect reflection of her talent,’ the gushing realtor said.

Secret Service agents were spotted on Monday patrolling the neighborhood in blacked out cars with government license plates, stationed around the two properties and parked on Hunter’s driveway.

The luxurious pad includes poolside fire pits and a jacuzzi allowing agents to relax in style during their downtime from protecting the 52-year-old.

Listing photos for the property, which has an estimated value of $6,057,000 according to Zillow, show a tiled kitchen with a wood-paneled ceiling and foosball table.

Pictures show arched fireplaces in the en suite bedrooms and sea view bathrooms, and a wet bar made of carved wood.

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The six-bed mansion and Hunter’s neighboring rental are on a dead-end private road, high up above the Malibu coastline in Southern California and overlooking the Pacific Ocean.

The owners of the Secret Service rental property are electrical engineer Arya Behzad and civil engineer Maryam Eshghipour, who also own a mansion in the Bay Area modeled on a Norman castle.

Their 10,000-square-foot house in Los Altos has four bedrooms, five-and-a-half baths, a reception hall and numerous formal and informal rooms, and is worth an estimated $9.5million.

Hunter moved to the seaside home about a year ago, leaving behind a townhouse in Venice for a more private, secluded location.

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Before moving to Venice, in 2019 he was living at a $2.5million home in the Hollywood Hills. The three-bedroom, three-bathroom mid-century property had a pool and a gated drive.

Despite his lavish digs, Hunter has come under financial pressure.

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