7319 Birdview Avenue: Mastering the Architecture and the View

7319 Birdview Avenue on the Bluff is an amazing opportunity to own a private compound overlooking the Pacific Ocean in highly desirable Point Dume.



In Malibu, This Rare Two-residence Compound Created by Renowned Design-build Firm Marmol Radziner is Steps From the Beach

“It’s a one-of-a-kind property,” says agent Lynette Bishop of Compass about 7319-7317 Birdview Ave. “There’s nothing else like it on the market.”

Located on a bluff in the highly desirable Point Dume neighborhood of Malibu, with easy access to beautiful beaches and a nature preserve, this two-parcel, two-home compound was designed by the renowned architects of Los Angeles-based practice Marmol Radziner with a midcentury modern aesthetic and minimal lines.

Consisting of 3 lots and 2 homes this private retreat is steps away from the beach. The 2nd home on the property is sited directly on the bluff overlooking pristine beaches with coastline, whitewater & sunset views. Taking advantage of the breathtaking ocean views was a crucial part of this project.

Created with an open floor plan that invites the sublime panorama inside thanks to glass walls, the main home features four bedrooms and 3.5 baths. Sited directly on the bluff, the second home, in progress, comprises an oceanview courtyard, and four bedrooms and 3.5 baths as well. 

With a total of over 1 acre and more than 6,180 square feet of living spaces, the property offers many possibilities, including selling a parcel or keeping them both, or living in one and renting the other. In all cases, the stunning surroundings and high design makes it a solid choice.

One could use them together and design a masterpiece compound, live in one and rent the other, or sell them individually. The coveted Point Dume location provides easy access to the beach & nature preserve. No weekend showings.

Lynette Bishop | 310.266.6264 | DRE# 00837359

Images: Alex Zarhour at Virtually Here Studios


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