Malibu Homes For Sale
Malibu, California Homes and Community
The area of Malibu homes was first settled by the Chumash Tribe. A part of this Native American territory extends from San Luis Obispo to the San Joaquin Valley. Some believe the area was briefly settled by Juan Cabrillo in 1542 for the purpose of acquiring fresh water. As the area’s history continued, the construction of Malibu homes was halted until a 1929 court case was won to build the Pacific Coast Highway that ran through the property owned by Frederick Hastings Rindge. After the Rindge property was divided and sold, Malibu homes became a part of one of the first districts within the Malibu, California area. Today, Malibu real estate is located on the south side of the Pacific Coast Highway and Malibu Road. Malibu Lagoon State Beach, where the home of the Adamson House Beach Museum and Rindge Family Home is located, lies to the east of the area, while Malibu Bluffs Park sits on its west side.
Malibu real estate offer both cliffside properties and beach front estates. The area is ideal for those that want a luxury styled living that includes gated and secured residences and Queen’s Necklace views. Malibu real estate has options that offer infinity pools, billiards rooms and tennis courts, separate gyms, theater rooms and private beach access. Also, Malibu homes afford outdoor lounge areas, with separate staff quarters, guest houses, wine cellars and much more. Many Malibu properties are inspired by European, Bordeaux, Tuscany, Mediterranean and Pacific Coast styled homes with something for everyone’s tastes. Prospective home buyers of Malibu homes can also find nearby remote enclaves, secluded villas and Large ranch properties .
Malibu homes are included within a breathtaking 27-mile coastline. The Malibu community is still one of the most famous districts within the area, and it is close to major shopping hubs, grocery stores, and the world renowned Malibu Surfrider Beach. In fact, Malibu real estate are within a short distance to the Malibu Creek Plaza, local banks and the Malibu Library. Ventura County is located northwest of Malibu real estate, while Santa Monica and Marina Del Rey are located to the east. Outdoor enthusiasts will love that Malibu homes for sale are surrounding by many lush parks, including Solstice Canyon, Corral Canyon Park, Malibu Creek State Park, Tuna Canyon Park, and Santa Ynez Canyon Park. Malibu properties are less than 30 miles from Los Angeles, the Venice Beach Boardwalk and the Thousand Oaks area.