This absolutely stunning 3,070 square foot single family home lies on the pristine shores of El Matador State Beach, perfectly situated on the magnificent Malibu coastline. Tucked away down a long driveway and through private gates, this home lies on a 2.22 acre lot and features 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms.
Although it was built in 1953, it has since been restored by the reputable Los Angeles-based designer Michael Lee, who is well known for his “neutral palettes and earthy elements”, according to CoastalLiving. Michael Lee designed the interior of this home by mixing architectural designs inspired from Beunos Aires, Majorca and Marseille. The inside of this amazing home boats a grand entry, designer kitchen and open living area, while the master bedroom is fully equipped with hardwood floors, a resort-style bathroom, a fireplace, and a private stone veranda that surrounds the ocean side of the property.
If the stunning details incorporated into the interior of the home, such as the grand entry with wrought iron staircase, wood beam ceilings or stone floors are not jaw-dropping enough, then the breathtaking 270-degree panoramic views of the Malibu coastline will blow you away. As this home is adjacent to El Matador Beach, it provides gorgeously unobstructed views overlooking the spectacular Malibu coast. The exterior of the home also offers approximately 266 feet of frontage with beach access. The gardens and grounds that surround the home, as well as the one-of-a-kind stone amphitheater swimming pool, are beautifully designed by the leading landscape architect Maureen Barnes.
Listed by: Chris Cortazzo.