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Malibu Lofts

$12,000.00 Malibu Lofts - dramatic barn loft
Location: Malibu, CA 90265
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Furnished, Freestanding, Loft, No Pets, 3 Bedrooms, 4 Baths, One Year Minimum Lease, Concrete, Parking Included, pool, refrigerator, fireplace, In malibu's star studded, guard gated serra retreat, dramatic barn loft completely remodeled by famous designer & featured in award-winning book. Massive custom-made barn door leads you to private walled in grounds & pool. Floor to ceiling glass doors flanked by antique french lanterns, old barn wood, antique submarine lights hanging from soaring beam ceilings, stained cement floors with floor to ceiling fireplace wall w/ antique hand-hewn beams & massive skylights above. Opulent open loft-like living room drifts into dramatic country/contemporary kitchen with 18ft banquette, custom zinc-covered island w/ 19thcentury giltwood & iron chandelier hanging above. Large master suite with ocean views, its own sitting area, private terrace, 2nd guest suite w/ own sitting room plus 3rd bedrm w/ private entrance - perfect for large parties & intimate enough for a romantic party of two-walking distance to the best shopping & restaurants malibu has to offer., 2,291 sqft $12,000.00 , 24000 deposit,
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About Malibu
Located to the west of Los Angeles along a southward-facing coastline, the city of Malibu is one of the most well-known upscale residential areas in the world. It is cradled by the gorgeous Santa Monica Mountains, but does not technically include them; its land stops just north of the Pacific Coast Highway. Malibu's beaches are widely considered some of the nicest in Southern California. Some are either private or subject to restricted public access, which is very atypical for coastlines in the Los Angeles area, and there is a consistent back-and-forth between Malibu residents who wish to limit accessibility and non-residents who wish to partake in Malibu's scenic beauty.

Note that the city is very much car dependent, and that most who choose to live there prioritize privacy and aesthetics over convenience—primary arteries are limited to Routes 23 and 27, both of which connect to the 101 freeway via long, winding canyon passes, and the Pacific Coast Highway.