Escondido Beach

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Residential Lease For Rent

$70,000

27212 Escondido Beach Road, Malibu, California 90265

3Bedroom(s)
2Bathroom(s)
32Picture(s)
3,022Sqft
Visits:20
Come and enjoy Malibu at one of the sandiest and longest stretches of beach in town. Located on a private street off Pacific Coast Highway, this beachfront property offers a unique neighborhood vibe. Plenty of parking in the two-car garage or designated parking area on the premises.
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    Escondido Beach is a small and exclusive neighbourhood of homes on Escondido Beach Road, which is a private street parallel to the beach about four miles west of Malibu Canyon Road, located south of Paradise Cove. One of the landmarks near the beach is the famed Geoffrey’s restaurant, located on the bluff above the beach.
    Escondido is the Spanish word for “hidden” and the neighbourhood does have an isolated feel. Homes are not visible from PCH and most frontages along the small road are discreet. Home-fronts face the beach similar to other exclusive Malibu beach-side communities. Homes along Escondido Beach Road may date back to the 1940s, but the majority are custom and modern architectural homes built in more recent decades. Some homes may extend up to 6,000 square feet or larger, including some of Malibu’s largest on-the-beach property. Escondido Beach homes are located directly on the sand.
    Some of the unique features available in homes along Escondido Beach Road include oceanfront pools, guest houses and cabanas, oceanfront decks, and fireplaces. Beach frontage ranges from 50 feet to over 80 feet of white sand. You may also find some homes with adjacent parcels that you may use for privacy or additional property improvements. Coastal views extend from Point Dume to the “Queen’s Necklace” of Santa Monica Bay and city lights. Escondido Beach is one of the best beaches for swimming and stand-up paddle-boarding in the Malibu area and is adjacent to many protected natural areas including Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy preserves and state and county beaches. The offshore kelp forest and reef are full of fish and other marine life, making the area a haven for scuba, snorkelling, and fishing. Escondido Beach is truly a hidden gem of the Malibu coastline with a quality of life commensurate with its one-of-a-kind beachfront estate properties.
    Parks
    Escondido Canyon Park
    Solstice Canyon Park
    Corral Canyon Park
    Schools
    Point Dume Elementary School
    Webster Elementary School