Barbie's Selling Her Malibu Dreamhouse For How Much?

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    Astronaut, President of the United States, school teacher — you name it, Barbie's done it. But, no matter where she's landed career-wise, she has always called her Malibu dreamhouse home. Well, just like her picture-perfect relationship with Ken, all good things must come to an end: Barbie has decided to list her sprawling (but scaled) 8,500-square-foot abode for a cool $25 million. That's right, after over 40 years of a personalized pink elevator, dollicious food that never spoils, and an unobstructed view of the Pacific (the space only has three walls, after all!), Barbie is packing her bags and moving out.

    Of course, if Teresa or Skipper are interested in scooping up the spot, they have to go through Barbie’s Realtor, a.k.a. Josh Altman of Bravo's Million Dollar Listing. Let's just hope they don't blow all their miniature money on the new abode, though — they'll have to come up with a housewarming gift this fall when Barbie decides on her fresh digs. Naturally, the new location is under wraps, but we're taking suggestions in the comments below. Will she become bi-coastal and book it to NYC? Or, is an international destination more Barbie's speed? Either way, us PCH regulars will miss seeing her pink convertible cruising around!

    Want to take one last gander at Barbie's tried-and-true abode? Check out the nostalgia-inducing pics after the jump.

    Photo: Courtesy of HL Group

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