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97 Paradise Cove Road, Malibu, California 90265

This Marmol Radziner home in Paradise Cove is the ultimate coastal retreat, blending luxury and modern simplicity in one of Malibu's most sought-after locations. Situated at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, this is one of the most private lots in all of Paradise Cove with no immediate neighbors.

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15 Paradise Cove Road, Malibu, California 90265

Incredibly updated Paradise Cove Beach House with extreme attention to detail and designer touches throughout. Built in 2015 with a contemporary design composed of rusted corrugated metal and smooth stucco. Open interior offers tons of natural light complimented by white French Oak Plank flooring, reclaimed wood and custom steel finishes.

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21 Paradise Cove Road, Malibu, California 90265

The perfect beach bungalow, this charming Paradise Cove cottage is private, compact, and loaded with contemporary design details and high-end materials. Gated with an enclosed patio entry, this jewel-box home has exceptionally high ceilings, skylights, wide-plank oak hardwood floors, and thoughtful built-ins for display and storage.
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    Paradise Cove has its own pier and beach and in recent years, has become a trendy neighbourhood even more desirable and chic than the rest of Malibu’s in-demand, prestigious beachside neighbourhoods. North of Ramirez Canyon along the Malibu shoreline, the Paradise Cove area includes homes east of Pacific Coast Highway and west of PCH, including some beachfront and cliffside estates.

    The charming white-sand cove has been a refuge and retreat for thousands of years for the indigenous Chumash people. One of the reasons is Ramirez Creek, which drains into the ocean at Paradise Cove. Native people enjoyed the cove’s shelter, good fishing, and watershed. On the beach are mobile homes which include some of the most desirable “trailers” in the world, a beachside restaurant, and a guardhouse. Some people may recognize part of the cove as the site for Jim Rockford’s trailer in “The Rockford Files” and filming continues in the area today.

    Homes on the bluff at Paradise Cove are rare, but when they are available, they have unobstructed views of the coastline from Santa Monica to Point Dume. Home styles range from Cape Cod and Spanish/Mediterranean to contemporary, California rustic, and tropical architecture. Within the mobile home park, the approximately 240 residences are under continuous upgrade and new construction. Far from a typical “trailer park,” some of the early park residents include legendary director Sam Peckinpah and Los Angeles Times’ owner Otis Chandler. The park has been referred to as “Bohemian Cove” because of its high-profile, elite residents who are devoted to the “Gypset” boho jet-setting lifestyle.

    Single-family homes on the beach range in size from 1,600 square feet bungalows and cottages to 9,000 square foot beachfront estates. Many of the cliffside homes surrounding the cove may include private stairs to the beach, tennis courts, pools, and spas. Paradise Cove’s small cafe includes memorabilia of the area’s interesting history, including the nearby beach site of famed surf films like Beach Blanket Bingo. From palm trees to tricked-out trailers that are among the world’s most luxurious mobile homes, Paradise Cove is a laid-back Malibu neighbourhood for surfers and beach lovers alike.

    Escondido Canyon Park
    Malibu Bluffs Park
    Malibu Equestrian Park
    Ramirez Canyon Park
    Point Dume Elementary School
    Malibu High School