4 Beds | 4 Baths | 3909 sq.ft.
Nestled in the world's most exclusive enclave, the Malibu Colony, mere footsteps from the Cross Creek Shopping Center and legendary Malibu Surf Rider Pier, the Black House is an organic masterpiece that has been renovated to perfection. Striking black cedar shingles adorn a bold, oceanside architectural tour de force, and a dramatic blend of sophistication and retro style hearkening back to Malibu's golden age. The interior is a masterful blend of indoor / outdoor living spaces set before the striking beauty of the Pacific Ocean. Three ample suites offer you the most coveted lap of luxury, every inch custom curated and fastidiously detailed. From the Belgian Oak floors, the Burmese Teak decks, to the mandatory floor-to-ceiling walls of glass, perfectly framing every sunset, with boundless views of Malibu's favorite surf spot, Old Joe's.
The Open Concept layout boasts an oceanside lounge nook, a dining space with elegant wood shelving, and a ceiling-high brick fireplace, a quintessential piece of Mid-Century design. The meticulous design flows elegantly into the Bulthaup kitchen, with grey oak cabinets, Gaggenau appliances, and an oversized center island. Walls of glass disappear leading you to an outdoor patio complete with a Maj Hagman designed Jacuzzi, sectional seating, and direct access to the exclusive private beach. Guests are graciously appointed with a full guesthouse with kitchenette and bathroom.
Bring your board and sandals, and we'll give you the keys to paradise. This home is currently on the market for $19.950 million and listed exclusively with Branden and Rayni Williams of Williams & Williams Estates Group at Hilton and Hyland. Photo Credit: Shade Degges
- Bulthaup kitchen with Gaggenau appliances
- Imported Belgium wide plank floors
- Pietra Serena stone slab bathrooms
- Radiant heated floors throughout
- All exterior decks and patios finished with imported Burmese teak
- Custom AV system with top of the range B&W speakers and McIntosh amps
- Lurton lighting and state of art security