Inside Caitlyn Jenner’s swanky Malibu home that nearly burned down in wildfires

Reality TV sensation Caitlyn Jenner regularly shares glimpses inside her Malibu beach haven after the devastating LA fires nearly burned it to the ground last year.

The former Keeping Up With The Kardashians star, 70, expressed her gratitude last December when she revealed her home survived the Woolsey Fires, which destroyed much of the Southern California area.

It was initially feared that the former Olympic champion had completely lost her mansion in the fire, but it was later revealed her home is still standing and now looks better than ever.

We take a look inside the luxurious Malibu home, where the world's most famous transgender woman unwinds and relaxes.

Caitlyn has lived in the 3,500 square foot four-bedroom house since 2015, after she revealed her true identity in April that year.

The TV star's $3.5million home was the backdrop for her iconic Vanity Fair cover where she debuted Caitlyn's feminine look and personality.

The reality star resides in the stunning ranch-style property located in the exclusive Malibu area of California.

With sophisticated interiors designed by James Hernandez, the property boasts a luxurious beachy and chilled vibe throughout its four bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, outdoor dining area and two large patios.

To fully appreciate the beauty of the outdoors in the Malibu Hills, the home also features a pool, a hot tub, a bar as well as a three-car garage.

Rendering breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean and the Malibu canyons, the mountain-perched home is perfectly located to give Caitlyn the utmost privacy and seclusion from her famous life.

The 70-year-old also has a stylish glam room, which she previously revealed was something she had wanted her whole life.

Inside, the ultra-modern home is filled with an eclectic array of furnishings that blend a distinctly California beachy vibe with a touch of Hollywood glamour.

Caitlyn also boasts an exposed brickwork fireplace with a cosy dining room setting, perfect for romantic dinner dates.

An eye-catching feature is the sprawling white sofa standing in the living room, which was reportedly custom made to fit the star's tall frame and to fit as many Jenners and Kardashians as possible.

The American has six children, including Kendall and Kylie Jenner .

The expansive living area is designed to a monochromatic theme and also boasts a pair of lounge chairs covered in Tibetan lamb’s wool which offer pure relaxation and comfort.

Outside is where the stunning property really comes to life with 11 acres of land to explore and idyllic views of the surrounding ocean and Malibu canyons.

The home has a very natural decor with a mixture of whites, greys, cream and wooden oak surfaces.

The Woolsey fires in 2018 burned more than 14,000 acres of Southern California and the whole of Malibu was under mandatory evacuation.

Nearly 150,000 residents in Southern California were ordered to evacuate their homes.

Miley Cyrus, Robin Thicke and Gerard Butler were among the celebrities whose homes were completely destroyed by the wildfires.

Gerard shared a shocking photo of the charred remains of his home while Miley and her now ex- husband Liam Hemsworth also documented the devastating results.

Caitlyn, who is dating Sophia Hutchins, 23, is reportedly set to head to the I'm A Celebrity jungle this year after agreeing a staggering £500,000 fee.

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