“It’s special for Malibu. Most of the time if you're in Malibu on the beach you have neighbors on both sides of you,” explains Douglas Elliman’s Brittany Sherman.
But not here. The only neighbors you need to concern yourself with at 32506 Pacific Coast Highway either have wings or fins because this address is surrounded by nothing but surf and sand.
Named after the nearby beachside boulder called Pelican Rock, “Il Pelicano,” as the home is known, is a three bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom that is truly an international oceanic oasis because it was built entirely of elements imported from across the globe.
“The owner has traveled the world and collected souvenirs from all over and she has chosen to put them into this home,” says Sherman.
For starters, all the stone outside and in is either reclaimed from Italy or France. The kitchen doors are antiques from Egypt; the kitchen chandelier is an Amazonian petrified vine; a bathroom sink is a fossilized sea shell – and that old world theme is carried throughout the two-story coastline home.
The vaulted handkerchief ceiling living room with its picture perfect ocean view is a vista you’ll also enjoy from the upstairs master suite.
The home is wrapped with patios and deck space for oceanside entertaining. There’s even a rooftop deck with unparalleled views. Still, the most stunning feature has to be the private access to not just one but two beaches.
Life really is a beach here, but it’ll cost you: $35,000,000.