Ocean, Mountains Focal Points of Malibu Estate

The home, which is listed for $3.75 million, boasts sunset views and ocean vistas.

Situated with the Pacific Ocean and the Santa Monica Mountains as the focal points, this estate was custom designed by Malibu architect, Tom Torres.

With 5 bedrooms, 6.5 baths, and about 6,817 square feet, this home features a library and office with custom built Mahogany bookcases. There are four fireplaces; located in the kitchen, family room, living room and master bedroom. Some special features of the master bath include a soaking tub and a vertical grain redwood sauna. 

The home boasts of sunset views and ocean vistas from the master suite. The walk-in closets include 42 drawers and 88 shoe nooks and 125 storage hooks.

The home features solid Honduras Mahogany floors, doors and windows throughout the home with solid brass ball bearing hinges, reclaimed beams, and Italian Tagina tiles in the bathroom.

The entertaining rooms include a library/office, bar, office nook, wine cellar, formal dining and living rooms, and casual sitting room. The ten foot ceilings on the main level create an expansive feeling in the main living space. The large kitchen with a Wolf gourmet stove and over-sized island is an inviting room for entertaining and dining around the fireplace.

There is a meditation garden surrounded by cypress trees. The landscaped grounds feature a collection of trees, spa, greenhouse, roses and Arizona flagstone pathways on over an acre of land. The pool is surrounded by well-groomed greenery. Nearby, a tennis court is located within the gardens.

This property also has the coveted City Of Malibu Septic Operating Permit. Two brand new pits were just installed at the property.

Susan Monus, with Coldwell Banker Malibu West is the listing agent for this property. More information is available at www.6201RamirezMesa.com.

This home is currently listed for sale at $3.75 million. For more information contact Susan Monus at 310-589-2477 or susan@susanmonus.com. Learn more online.


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