Betsey Johnson selling $1.95M Malibu trailer, moving to a bigger one

Betsey Johnson is selling her bright pink trailer in Malibu, California — located in the upscale trailer park Paradise Cove — for $1.95 million, but she is only moving up the street, Page Six Style has confirmed.

Though the fashion icon designed the home herself, she’s ready to move on to a more spacious place, which will undoubtedly feature the eclectic personal touches she’s known for in both her clothing designs and her real estate holdings.

“I’m going from my adorable little pink trailer park home that I love to a bigger, more modern trailer park home with a massive view of the Pacific Ocean,” the designer, 77, said in a statement to Page Six Style on Tuesday.

The “adorable” trailer features two bedrooms — including a master nicknamed the “Yellow Room” that even has a yellow ceiling — two updated bathrooms and retro touches throughout the space, according to the listing on Compass.

In listing photos, tons of books, paintings and photographs — including an oversized shot of Johnson herself — can be seen all over the trailer, though it does not appear that it’s available to purchase furnished.

Meanwhile, outside, a “backyard oasis” is home to a “secret garden-style pergola-covered outdoor living room” and even a soaking tub, according to the listing.

Paradise Cove offers a 24-hour guard-gated entry, beach access and a community tennis court and clubhouse.

When Johnson visited Page Six Style in November 2018, she was deeply concerned and distressed about fires that had ravaged the Malibu area. However, there was no damage to her home, and it seems that the threat of natural disaster can’t deter her from living in her beloved neighborhood.

Johnson, who underwent open-heart surgery this spring, also owns a home, which she rents out as an Airbnb, in Zihuatanejo, Mexico.

In May 2016, she listed her one-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment on New York’s Upper East Side, saying she prefers the West Coast, where her daughter Lulu and granddaughters also live.

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