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Malibu West is a populated neighborhood in Malibu that is taken up mostly by condominiums and single-family homes. Build from 1962-1964, the homes were built with the intention of luxury living at affordable costs. Since its initial development, many renovations have taken place but the feel of Malibu West remains the same. It allows for those with a variety of incomes and goals to all share the neighborhood, enjoy the beach together, and have a lot of fun!

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Las Flores, meaning The Flowers, is right next to Moonshadows Restaurant and Duke's. Las Flores has a cute little creek that often draws Sea Lion visitors. It's oldest home was built in 1913 and many of the other homes echo the early 1920's and have maintained original architecture and craftsmanship. Las Flores speaks volumes about neighborhood pride, character, and creativity. This is a popular place for renters and seasonal visitors to come for a little while, making it a great way to get to...

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County Line Beach is fun, bustling, and busy! There are incredible places to come swim and surf and catch a game of volleyball or flag football on the sand. Young, healthy, active are the words that define this community. And directly across the street is the famed Neptune's Net, an old motorcycle stop where bikers can come for freshly caught clam chowder and cold beer. County Line Living is one of the furthest points North in Malibu, and the inclination to leave and go to the city is usually...

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Winding Way is another Malibu neighborhood that lives true to its name.  Winding Way and De Butts Terrace line this neighborhood and the average property is two to five acres in size.  The lovely Escondido Falls is not far from Winding Way, and recent developments in bringing water to the neighborhood have catalyzed development and made living here much more viable.  Winding Way has direct access to two waterfalls and most of the horse trails have given way to hiking trails, making this a...

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Latigo Shore is the original Roosevelt Highway in Malibu, CA. In the 1940's, PCH was rerouted. The old PCH was then turned into Latigo Shores. Latigo Shores is mostly townhomes that are white with blue trim, a style that has characterized ocean living worldwide. Development in Latigo Shore has been denied by the city repeatedly, making the homes that do exist there coveted and in high demand. Latigo Shore Drive has a rich history, with the original Malibu landowners, the Rindge family, residing...

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Carbon Beach is one of the more secluded beaches in Malibu, even though it's just a mile and a half east of Malibu Pier. There are two paths for the public to get to the beach and because Carbon Beach is filled with private homes that sit on a beautiful beach and shallow waters, it is the most expensive place to live on PCH. Famous residents such as David Geffen, Lou Adler, and Eli Broad have claimed Carbon Beach as their home. The architecture of Carbon Beach is never an accident and always...

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La Costa Beach is another old neighborhood in Malibu. Its development began in 1926 when May Rindge sold the property to Harold Ferguson. Ferguson introduced the La Costa Beach Club and mapped out street names to further the development of the neighborhood. However, the Great Depression as well as mismanagement of funds caused the La Costa cultivation to cease to a halt. It seems this tiny spot of land along the ocean never did find it's clear idea of how to grow. Today the entire west end of...

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Las Tunas beach is similar to Big Rock Beach in that the mountains greet the ocean with no beach between the two. Those that choose to live here do so for the exclusivity, the lack of visitors and beach-frolickers, and the wild appeal of oceans untamed. The homes here are big for beach living, and each home is completely different from the next. The homes sit right on PCH with their garages to PCH and their decks to the ocean front. It makes for a united neighborhood wall where the only reason...

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Big Rock is a place for those who like risk!  This is a place where residents battle nature to take advantage of ocean living and panoramic views, even though living here does carry the threat of shifting lands and foundations.  The neighborhood is on a steep hill and carries not only a landslide precaution, but also a wildfire precaution.  In other words, reside at your own risk.  It is an incredible neighborhood and it's easy to see why those that choose to live here fight so hard to do...

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Topanga Beach is the neighborhood that is the furthest south border of Malibu and the last stop of Malibu before clicking into the next city. The beach is a busy one in the summer and a popular stop year round. It sits right next to the twelve mile stretch of Topanga Canyon that takes you from the Ocean to the Valley in less than twenty minutes. Topanga Beach is great for those that still want to be out of the city but night need to be near it for effortless commuting. There is a bustle of...

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Big Rock Beach is named truly. If you've ever traversed to Big Sur, Big Rock Beach has a similar feel of beautiful wild waves crashing into the mountains. The homes here sit atop cliffs overlooking the ocean with very little space to call anything a beach. The architecture is different from home to home, and there are several apartment buildings here, making it ideal for a quaint rental to live in the ocean breeze.

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Serra Retreat is a stunning little canyon filled with woods and runs next to Malibu Creek.  It is lush, green, and tucked away. The road is private and has guards at each entrance.  There are just under 100 homes here, ranging from a half acre to four acres.  Most of the homes are single-family homes, making for a protective neighborhood and family-oriented environment.  This is a beautiful place to raise children in and a safe neighborhood that is closely monitored.

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Malibu Knolls comprises of sixty-five homes on a moon-shaped mesa that overlooks PCH and the ocean.  It is after all, a series of knolls.  Most of the homes can see from Santa Barbara to Santa Monica and Palos Verdes.  Living here is unique in that you are a quick thirty-second drive to the beach but it is certainly not a walking distance.  The views are what makes the property here so special.  And it is set behind PCH and above and away from the noise.  The homes all reside on dead-end...

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Malibu Road, called The Old Road, is a 2.5 mile road that used to be the original Roosevelt Highway before PCH was relocated to its current location in 1948. It is an incredible family neighborhood, made up of beautiful two-story homes that line a quiet beach. Each little beach-front property is about sixty feet wide and one hundred feet deep. Overall the neighborhood homes range between 1.25 and four acres. Malibu Road touches Bluffs Park where there is a Little League field, a park where...

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Malibu Colony is one of the first neighborhoods to spring up in Malibu. It was part of the earliest pieces of land sold off by May Rindge, the owner of Malibu since 1891. Malibu Colony is south of Malibu Road, west of Malibu Lagoon State Beach, and east of Malibu Bluffs Park. Malibu Colony is a gated community filled with multi-million dollar homes and boasts uninhibited views of the beach, where the naked eye can see as far south as Rancho Palos Verdes and as far north as Point Dume. Malibu...

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Malibu Country Estates is the neighborhood right next to Pepperdine.  There are over 100 lots and is one of the most developed communities in Malibu.  It looks like suburbia but has the double-dipped effect of being near the ocean and away from Los Angeles' city living.  There is a small shopping center nearby with restaurants and a movie theater, and of course Las Virgenes takes you straight from the Ocean to the Valley through the Santa Monica mountains.

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Malibu Cove Colony sits at the heart of Malibu. It's four miles west of Malibu Canyon Road, starting at Escondido Creek and stopping at a dead end under the bluffs. Malibu Cove Colony Drive sits beach level, below PCH. The road is private and the community gated, ensuring maximum privacy for the stars that have lived there such as Halle Berry. The homes all sit on pillars where you can enjoy the ocean on your deck even at the highest of tides. Public visitors will have a hard time parking as...

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Escondido Beach runs parallel to PCH just below the famed Geoffrey's Restaurant. The homes were built mostly in the 1940's and 1950's and thus are a bit larger than your average Malibu beach home. From PCH you can only see the garages of these homes, but from the beach you can see the expansive decks, often homes having wrap-around decks both top and bottom. They touch wall to wall with their neighboring homes to get the most out of their beach-front investment and nearly all have steps from...

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Broad Beach is just over a mile long. It features some of the most expensive homes in Malibu and the access path to the beach is easily overlooked. Though the beach is public, it is rare to receive a visitor other than a neighboring home owner. There are not many undeveloped lots as it is such a small and exquisite mile of beach. The homes sit right on the water and previous and current tenants include Steven Spielberg, Dustin Hoffman, and Danny DeVito. Homes average well between $10 and $20...

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Point Dume Malibu is split up into the bluff side and the peninsula. The peninsula is exciting and oddly enough, retains an old-school charm of not having sidewalks, of not having streetlights at night. It used to be filled with horses and ranches and today is one of the biggest neighborhoods in Malibu. Where horse trails used to run, bike paths have taken over. Point Dume is a rare place that has a home for every preference. You can be up atop the cliffs or down near the water. The styles of...

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Malibu Park is right next to Zuma Beach.  Residents here love the busy bustle of summer visitors, the fun restaurants and shops nearby, and get a small taste of city living while being far from the maddening crowd.  Most of Malibu Park is a coastal shelf that sits on canyons.  The majority of the homes here have views of trees and a vast blue sky overhead.  It is a great place for families, being close to horseback riding, hiking trails, and of course, Zuma Beach.

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Point Dume is a special part of Malibu with a rich history. To the residents, Point Dume is split into those that live on the bluffs and those that live on the Peninsula. The Point Dume Bluffs were put on the map when Johnny Carson paid $9 million for a home there. Prior to that, Point Dume was barren and uninhabited more or less and was even jokingly called the "Ghetto of Malibu". Today, this is not the case. Bluff-side living in Point Dume equates to gated living. Guarded living. Stars of the...

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