Buy a $4.4 million house in Malibu and get a free Ferrari F40

You know how some sellers throw in sweeteners in an effort to entice buyers to close a deal? Well, this particular homeowner is selling his $4.4 million Malibu home and he’s even willing to give up his Ferrari F40 to the person who buys his house.

Talk about a real signing bonus.

In addition to acquiring a mega-sized estate with a picturesque view of the Pacific Ocean, the person who ends up buying the house will get a free F40 for his trouble. With only 800 miles in the odometer, the F40 looks to be in tip-top shape and is even valued at $750,000. Now, getting the free F40 would mean that you’d have to shell out over $4 million to buy the house.

But given the size of the house – it has five bedrooms, five bathrooms, and a
13-car garage – and its prime real estate location, it sure looks like a relative bargain as far as high-end houses are concerned. There’s one thing interested buyers should know though. The homeowner is only throwing in the Ferrari F40 if the house is sold by June 30. Any date after that and buyers would probably have to settle for a nice little fruit basket.


9 comments:

For sure it was sold already! Lucky who ever bought this one! Oh, I was about to ask if there’s still any deal like these..hehe

wow! That was the best deal I’ve ever heard!

You’re right!I just wonder why the owner throwing away such a great car! Maybe the car is in great trouble or something..haha. Well, this is just my opinion. I haven’t see the actual car and the house. If the house and the car is in the great condition and for only $4.4 M. Sweet Jesus! It should be a closed deal immediately!

Wow!Buy a house and get a Ferrari for free? Extremely Awesome!Does the owner still in his own consciousness? Hehe .What a sweet deal!

Don’t miss this opportunity! Purchase a 5,834 sq ft and own a red Ferrari F40! This is incredible. Now, who doesn’t want to be rich after all? These offers are really in millions of dollars!

What an offer, only a mad man would refuse that kind of offer. If only I have that kind of money I will surely buy it.

I bet it was a beautiful house. Imagine a whopping $4.4 Million worth of house.

I think that is too much. That is not even practical. $4M is a huge money, you know.

Well, IMO, that was an overkill. I hope the house is really that good for such a price.

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