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Cali Comparables: What $4.5 Million Buys in Malibu
Cali Comparables: What $4.5 Million Buys in Malibu
You set a certain budget for your house hunt—and you can’t go a penny over it. But what if you want to expand your search a wee bit beyond a specific neighborhood? We decided to play the comparison game by exploring what you can buy for a certain dollar value in various California neighborhoods in a new
Home of the Week: Broad Beach Estate
Home of the Week: Broad Beach Estate
Malibu offers a laid back lifestyle with beautiful weather and natural beauty as far as the eye can see. To own a home on famed Broad Beach is an opportunity to truly have a personal slice of heaven on Earth.  With approximately 100 feet of ocean frontage, this magnificent double lot estate combines a superb
Home of the Week: Malibu’s The Lake House
Home of the Week: Malibu’s The Lake House

Serra Retreat is a little known slice of heaven nestled in the hills of lower Malibu Canyon. Originally planned as the home of Malibu's Rindge family, Serra Retreat has been the home of Franciscan Friars since 1942. It remains a tranquil spot for serenity and reflection to this day. As you can imagine, having Franciscan Friars as your neighbors has its perks. For starters, it's blissfully quiet. You can also enjoy the ultimate sense of privacy, given the fact it's completely gated and compris

Home of the Week: Malibu Oasis
Home of the Week: Malibu Oasis
A beachside haven for celebrities and surfers, Malibu’s 27 miles of sunbathed coastline and small-town charm create a dream-like destination unlike any other. From Malibu’s luxury estates to the secluded compounds nested high in the hills and from its exclusive beachfront communities to historic cottages, the finest coastal lifestyle awaits along the sea. Push back
Malibu – 27 Miles of Scenic Beauty
Malibu – 27 Miles of Scenic Beauty
Signs of proclamation are posted throughout this affluent beach city, proudly boasting to visitors “27 miles of scenic beauty,” referring to the original length of Malibu before incorporating in 1991. Six chapters rich in history, from its first discoverers, the Chumash Indians, who named their claim- Humaliwo, “where the surf pounds loudly,” to the modern