Brandon Thomas Lee and Dylan Lee have put their luxury California home on the market.
The Malibu property will be familiar to MTV fans as it was often shown during The Hills: New Beginnings which stars Brandon, 25.
The 5-bedroom, 6-bathroom home is located near Las Flores beach and has been listed for $2.995 million.
The brothers, whose parents are none of other than Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee, have tapped Malibu power broker Cooper Mount of The Agency to sell the property.
Filled with light, the 2,634-square-foot home is turnkey and offers a perfect beach retreat after undergoing a complete renovation.
The immaculate property is ready to entertain and even includes a fireplace — a rarity in Southern California!
The style sensibilities of fashion model Dylan, 24, and his brother are evident throughout the home.
The pair opted for a contemporary design often seen in Hollywood Hills properties but infused the home with the laidback stylings of the beach town they love.
Additionally, and perhaps deceivingly, the home also sits on nearly one acre of land with a lush and landscaped backyard.
There are no homes on either side of the property, so it is a perfect haven for a celebrity or just a family who wants to leave the hustle and bustle of Los Angeles behind.
The property listing comes just months after their mother sold her Malibu mansion.
The Baywatch star sold the home, located in the prestigious Malibu Colony, for $11.8 million to Kreiss Furniture CEO and creative director Loren Kreiss in August.
Anderson initially listed the property for $14.9 million in March.
The actress, 54, had planned to live in the home long term but relocated to Canada during the pandemic.
She now lives with her husband Dan Hayhurst at her grandmother’s former property on Vancouver Island.
“It’s time I went back to my roots,” Anderson told PEOPLE in March when she listed the four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath mansion designed by Philip Vertoch.
Anderson purchased the home for $1.8 million in 2000, the Los Angeles Times reported, and had first tried to sell it in 2013, asking $7.75 million.
Of her decision to return to her grandmother’s home, the Baywatch star added: “I left my small town in my early twenties for Playboy, traveled all around the world, just to come home – one of the most beautiful places on earth. I made it home in one piece, a miracle. I’m a lucky girl.”