This wood-clad beachfront villa is a little different from the usual white-walled glass boxes that pepper the Malibu seafront. Designed by architect Matt Kivlin in 1964, the house is a retro dream with stone fireplaces, timber walls and 60’s style kitchen and bathroom fittings. Admire the ocean views overlooking Queen's Necklace and Catalina Island from the panoramic glass windows, sit out on the sunny balconies and terraces and soak in the hot tub. There’s also an acre of stunningly landscaped gardens to explore.
Beds? Three bedrooms. Sleeps six guests.
The space: A unique mid-century beach villa with gorgeous ocean views.
Location perks: Views out across Queen's Necklace and Catalina Island and situated in a quiet cul-de-sac behind private gates for ultimate seclusion.
Budget range: A treat.