What's Hot: Malibu Beach Estates for Sale

  • 25160 Malibu Road
  • 25160 Malibu Road
  • 25160 Malibu Road
  • 25160 Malibu Road
  • 25160 Malibu Road
  • 25160 Malibu Road
  • 25160 Malibu Road
  • 22201 Carbon Mesa Road
  • 22201 Carbon Mesa Road
  • 22201 Carbon Mesa Road
  • 22201 Carbon Mesa Road
  • 22201 Carbon Mesa Road
  • 22201 Carbon Mesa Road
  • 22201 Carbon Mesa Road
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  • La Villa Contenta
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Just in time for summer, three notable luxury homes hit the market in California’s most beloved beach town.

25160 Malibu Road, $14,750,000
Scott Gillen, a builder known for having developed minimalist, open-plan homes throughout the Malibu area, designed this brand-new home, which is located just north of the Malibu Colony neighborhood, near the shops and restaurants of Cross Creek. The four-bedroom, 6,000-square-foot home includes a sleek kitchen with Wolf appliances, a “floating” stainless steel staircase, and a wood deck that leads directly onto the beach.
Available through Irene Dazzan-Palmer, Coldwell Banker, 310.317.9354, www.irenedazzan-palmer.com

22201 Carbon Mesa Road, $35,000,000
Overlooking Carbon Beach, this new 9,000-square-foot home rests on a 6-acre site with enough flat land for a tennis court and a large lawn. The modern, five-bedroom residence, which was completed earlier this year, features imported stone and geometric wood floors, as well as window walls that open the interior living spaces to the outdoors.
Available through Marc Silver, 310.809.4656, www.sothebyshomes.com

La Villa Contenta, $54,000,000
This bluff-top home, located above the Malibu Colony neighborhood, sits on nearly 8 acres and offers unobstructed views of the Pacific. The 16,107-square-foot estate, which was built in 2002, includes 13 bedrooms, a guesthouse, a pool house, outdoor and indoor pools, ponds, landscaped gardens, and a tennis court. The Mediterranean-style residence also features a wine cellar, a home theater, and large arched windows that take full advantage of the ocean views.
Available through Chris Cortazzo, Coldwell Banker, 310.589.2472, www.chriscortazzo.com

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