Dozens of homes and mansions destroyed in the devastating and deadly California wildfires that mercilessly ripped through the state still lie in ashen ruins.
A first glimpse at Malibu’s severely damaged mansions and properties owned by stars like Anthony Hopkins, Kim Basinger, Robin Thicke, and Camille Grammer showing the scorched remains and slow signs of reconstruction.
Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth lost their sprawling $2.525million Malibu mansion after it was consumed by the raging Woolsey Fire that blazed through the area in November.
The couple were heartbroken to lose their estate and shared jarring photos of the torched remains of their home where all that was left was a sign that said ‘Love’.
As of Thursday there was still scorched debris on their property but the area around the home was covered in healthy green grass and shrubs, a sign that nature is making its comeback after the hills went up in flames.
Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemworth’s damaged $2.525million property pictured above as of Thursday. Their destroyed property is now surrounded by green hills, a far cry from the once smoky fires that consumed it in November
Cyrus and Hemworth’s home pictured above. The entire structure was burned to the ground, leaving just the pool and a back house intact. Their ‘LOVE’ sign at the is still visible from a birds-eye view
The 25-year-old Grammy nominee posted on social media following the deadly Woolsey Fires saying her ‘house no longer stands’ after it was burned to the ground
The expansive property was practically completely destroyed in the Woolsey Fire that raged from November 8 to 21 in 2018
There’s still scorched debris on the property and it’s not clear when the couple will begin reconstruction on the property
After the fire: Liam Hemsworth shared heartbreaking photos of the destroyed Malibu mansion he shares with Miley Cyrus after it was hit by the Woolsey fire. That ‘LOVE’ sign is still visible on the property
‘I am one of the lucky ones. My animals and LOVE OF MY LIFE made it out safely & that’s all that matters right now,’ Cyrus posted online after her home burned down in the devastating fire
‘I am one of the lucky ones. My animals and LOVE OF MY LIFE made it out safely & that’s all that matters right now,’ Cyrus posted on social media after her home was burned to the ground, adding her ‘house no longer stands’.
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. It destroyed 1,643 homes and buildings and caused more than 295,000 people to evacuate their hillside homes.
Welsh actor Anthony Hopkins was also affected in the fire and now his massive Malibu mansion is under construction to restore it to its former glory.
The Silence of the Lambs actor home was still standing following the fire and miraculously managed to escape the blaze seemingly unscathed.
Welsh actor Anthony Hopkin’s home miraculously survived the fire. As of Thursday parts of the home was covered in blue tarp and its surrounding hills with netting following heavy rain and mud in the area this week
Hopkin’s red tiled, white mansion pictured above. The home miraculously esaped the fire seemingly unscathed
The home to the right of Hopkin’s property burned to the ground in the fire, pictured above under reconstruction
As of Thursday there was blue tarp and scaffolding on parts of the house suggesting it was under repair likely from minor damage sustained in the fire
An aerial view shows how the homes in the lavish Malibu neighborhood barely escaped the fire
His beach front property was still standing following the fire but parts seemed to be under construction as of Thursday
As of Thursday there was blue tarp on the house and netting on its surrounding hills to deal with the hills.
Snapshots of the home which stands on the edge of a hill shows apparently severe erosion following the fire and subsequent downpour of rain in the LA area.
LA Confidential actress Kim Basinger’s Malibu property was also nearly obliterated in the fire.
Now only was her home burnt to the ground the merciless blaze, it was also hit by subsequent mudslides and her property is currently under a whopping two feet of mud as of Thursday.
Mudslides have rocked the LA area following record rainfall in the area.
Actress Kim Basinger’s Malibu home was not only burned down, it was also hit by two mudslides
Actress Kim Basinger’s Malibu home was burnt to the ground in the merciless Woolsey Fire in November
Not only was her property hit by the fire, but it was also struck by mudslides afterwards
The Batman star’s Malibu home is currently under two feet of mud after it was slammed by mudslides that struck the area
Singer Robin Thicke’s sprawling Malibu property was also severely damaged in the fire. As of Thursday the damage and leftover debris was cleared away, a sign that reconstruction will take place soon
His massive estate that he shares with April Love Geary pictured above on Thursday
A scorched volleyball court pictured on the Blurred Lines’ singer’s massive property
After the attack Thicke’s girlfriend April Love Geary wrote on social media: ‘This is a picture I received of my house. While material objects are replaceable, the memories shared in this house aren’t’
The entryway to Thicke’s home pictured above, with many trees still ashen from the blaze
It seems reconstruction on his property will start soon as all the burnt debris has been cleared away
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Camille Grammer’s house is also under reconstruction following the blaze
Blurred Lines singer Robin Thicke’s property in Malibu was seeing being cleaned of debris and mud left behind from the fire on Thursday, likely to prepare for restorations.
Thicke shares the Malibu home with model April Love Geary with whom he shares two children.
After the blaze hit, Thicke’s girlfriend posted a heartbreaking photo of their destroyed Malibu mansion.
She captioned it: ‘This is a picture I received of my house. While material objects are replaceable, the memories shared in this house aren’t.’
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Camille Grammer’s house is also still in ruins following the blaze.
Her white-painted, red-tiled $3.282m Paradise View Estates mansion suffered damage to its entrance, roof and facade.
I went to my safe and I grabbed jewelry, documents, birth certificates, and passports,’ the 50-year-old newlywed said following the incident.
‘The bigger pieces of art we couldn’t take, but we grabbed an Andrew Wyeth painting. I also took some photographs that meant something to me – my great-aunt who passed away a couple years ago. I took pictures of my family. We packed as much as we could into three cars.’
Real Housewives of Beverly Hill’s star Camille Grammer’s burned $3.282m Paradise View Estates mansion pictured above on Thursday, still sustaining heavy damage from the Woolsey blaze
Her home is still in ruins following the fire where the fire burned parts of the second story and roof o the home, breaking through windows and causing the roof to fall in
This week there aren’t any signs of reconstruction at the home and it’s not clear when Grammer will fix the house in ruins
After the fire struck she said: ‘I took pictures of my family. We packed as much as we could into three cars’