After nearly two decades of living in his beachfront Malibu mansion, Pierce Brosnan is finally saying goodbye. The former James Bond and his wife built the sprawling 12,500-square-foot home after the actor finished his fourth film for the franchise. It features a strong Southeast Asian influence with a temple-like exterior inspired by the 007's time in Thailand filming Tomorrow Never Dies. The interior's open floor plan is dressed in plank teak floors and scissor-truss ceilings while full ocean views can be seen from the living and dining rooms. Along with a detached guest house, the five-bedroom home sits on a one-acre property with 117 feet of beachfront and lush gardens.