Malibu House Rental Photos and Description
House, 3 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s), 2 Baths, (Sleeps 6)
This romantic beach house features white water views from a master bedroom on the water, also from the kitchen, oceanfront deck, and the living room.
Walk from the garden deck down steps to the beach below. Watch dolphins passing, seals sunning themselves, surf crashing off rocks at the end of the cove.
Light a fire, watch spectacular sunsets. Enjoy the public beaches 1/2 a mile either direction from the house, beautiful Topanga Beach with its lagoon and world-famous surfing, its palm trees and sweeping arc of white sandy beach, or Tuna Beach, a fisherman's cove, both with lifeguards.
While dining on the oceanfront deck, enjoy the city lights views from Santa Monica to Point Dume.
Hike the miles of trails in the Santa Monica Mountains right across the street. Enjoy the pier and the nightlife of Santa Monica, only ten minutes away. Or explore the newly remodeled Getty Villa just three miles from the house.
Watch the moon set into the sea.
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair accessible
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome
About Mary Jane Roberts
Jerry's a retired tv director. Mary Jane's an associate professor at Santa Monica College.
Mary Jane Roberts purchased this house in 1994
Why Mary Jane Roberts chose Malibu
This house says 'sanctuary' from the first moment you step inside. You open the front door and see blue-green sea stretching all the way to the horizon. The house is filled with light and the gentle whisper of waves. How could we not buy it?
What makes this house unique
Paddle boarding. Swimming in the cove. Surfing, boogie-boarding and body surfing. Searching for shells and moonstones. Walks on the beach. Dinners on the deck with friends. Seeing a green flash at sunset. Kayaking from the beach below the house. Watching dolphins feed and mate just past the surf-line. Spying an occasional whale breaching near shore. Reading in front of the fire. Watching the moon set in the sea.