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Malibu Mediterranean: 3903 Carbon Canyon

house reveals itself at the end of a gated, palm-lined drive, offering anything a person could dream up.

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Providing Expansive Ocean and Island Views, 3903 Carbon Canyon Seduces With Its Lavish Amenities and Romantic Atmosphere

With six bedrooms and nine bathrooms, 3903 Carbon Canyon offers the highest level of comfort. Open and elegant, the main living area with its full-height matched marble fireplace makes the most of the high ceilings and large windows that showcase the majestic and serene landscape while enabling an indoor-outdoor lifestyle. 

“It is an incredible, special property with epic coastline and city views, close to downtown Malibu with La Costa Beach Club and tennis court rights,” says agent Chris Cortazzo of Compass

Throughout the house, adorned with wide-plank hardwood floors, several areas are an invitation to either entertain or relax such as the chef’s kitchen with a walk-in pantry, desk space and a large breakfast alcove; the cozy family room with a fireplace, built-in bookshelves and foldaway glass doors opening to the portico and the infinity pool; the office with high coffered ceilings, another fireplace, wraparound shelving and a reading nook; as well as the media/entertainment lounge with a wet bar.

Inside a stone turret, the curved staircase wraps around a big cylindrical aquarium, creating a key piece that gives access to the lower level, which is home to a fingerprint-access wine cellar, billiards lounge, wet bar, movie theater, recording studio, mirrored gym with a ballet barre, massage room and large sauna, among other luxurious amenities.

The highest level of privacy is offered upstairs, which hosts four en-suite ocean view bedrooms.

Both inside and outside where lawns, patios, a firepit, al fresco dining table, pool deck, water feature, landscaped garden, orchard and more allow dwellers to enjoy the sunny weather all year long, this property is a California dream.

Chris Cortazzo | (310) 457 3995 | DRE# 01190363
Compass

Images: Mike Helfrich

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