One of the first neighborhoods to be developed in Malibu in the 1920s, La Costa Beach comprises a 1-mile stretch of sand with no direct public access, making it a very attractive locale for high-profile individuals and anyone who desires a tranquil living environment with stunning surroundings. Perched against the steep hillside, this four-bedroom home—designed by award-winning architect Marshall Lewis—delivers on that promise, offering jetliner views of the Pacific and Santa Monica Bay, as well as deeded beach rights and membership to La Costa Beach and Tennis Club. With multiple terraces presiding over the property’s lush surroundings, including citrus and avocado trees as well as an herb garden, this 3,359 sq. ft. residence is an architectural stunner.
Sited ideally on a cul de sac, this home welcomes one inside with a towering entry wall made of rich mahogany, a stark contrast to the rest of the home’s exterior and a design theme that continues inside.
The tongue and groove mahogany ceiling creates a decorative focal point as one is lead through the entry and into the main living areas and kitchen. Enjoy jaw-dropping whitewater ocean views from this open concept level or retreat to the terrace for a closer look.
Separated from the main living and dining room by a wall partition, this light-filled den acts as a supplementary lounge area, made all the more cozy with a fireplace.
Spacious and featuring its own wet bar and private terrace, the home’s “bonus” room offers a flexible space to entertain.
Sky meets sea in the beautiful master bedroom. Minimalist in design yet luxurious, the space offers a walk-in closet and spa-like bathroom.
21452 Paseo Portola is listed with Partners Trust Agent Stephen Udoff. For more information on this property, click here.