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Architectural Wonders On The Coast

Tuscany Oaks Farm A Rare Property Inspired By The Italian Countryside And  The Award-Winning Douglas Burdge “Villa Splendido” Estate In Malibu.



Perfect Pedigree—2709 Oceano Lane

Summerland | 9 Bedrooms | 8,438 Sq. Ft.

Properties like Tuscany Oaks Farm are truly rare, according to listing agent Eric Haskell. Very private—and special in scale and taste—this one-of-a-kind equestrian estate inspired by the Italian countryside is situated on 18-plus bluff-top acres offering panoramic vistas stretching from the Santa Ynez Mountains to the Channel Islands, and Santa Barbara to Malibu.

Designed by architect Don Nulty, the home’s modern yet timeless living environs are ideal for intimate gatherings and grand-scale entertaining alike, complete with a mix of formal and informal living and dining rooms, and elegant columns and arch-topped French doors that open to romantic patios and gardens.

Equestrian amenities complement an outdoor entertainment compound sporting a resort-style pool, loggia pavilion, and one-bedroom cabana with a kitchen and fitness center.

“Everything is well-built, with beautiful taste,” says Haskell.

“A home of this scale, with this property size and these views, does not come along often.

Offered by

Mauricio Umansky
Eric Haskell, and Eduardo Umansky
of  The Agency

List Price $22.9 million

Truly Splendid—5046 Carbon Beach Terrace

Malibu | 5 Bedrooms | Dual-Gated Entry

Designed by award-winning architect Douglas Burdge, this stunning estate now on the market in Malibu is called “Villa Splendido” for a reason. Think superb quality and craftsmanship—all rolled into approximately 17 acres set atop a hillside in one of the world’s most prestigious seaside communities.

“This architectural wonder just miles away from the infamous Hollywood Hills and iconic City of Angels is a true treasure, with a breathtaking aesthetic that reflects the spirit of indulgence,” says listing agent Ani Dermenjian.

Indeed it is.

Expect fully furnished environs highlighted by a James Bond-inspired office; entertainment area with billiards table and stocked bar; and posh master suite replete with views from Queen’s Necklace to Point Dume. Disappearing walls in the living room open to reveal an outdoor deck, while other luxe features include a wellness center (with sauna, steam shower, Jacuzzi, massage room and gym), guesthouse, infinity pool with swim-up bar, outdoor pizza oven and even one’s own sandy beach.

Offered By

Ani Dermenjian
Of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
Malibu Colony

List Price $49.995 Million

Photographs: Luke Gibson Photography (Top) And The Agency (Bottom)


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