Malibu Communities

Getting to know Malibu

The shining jewel of the Southern California coastline, Malibu combines the glamour of Beverly Hills with the natural beauty and casual ease of beachfront living. The 27 miles of coastline were originally owned by the Ringe family, who maintained its exclusive privacy and pristine condition until 1929, when they invited a few notable stars of their time to move in to an area now called The Colony. The rest of Hollywood soon followed, and now the roster of residents reads like a Who’s Who of the entertainment industry. In every phase of its development, this early dedication to conservation, privacy, and exclusivity has been maintained. From the vistas that sweep from Point Dume to Palos Verdes —called The Queen’s Necklace — to the vast ranches and canyons of its upper reaches, Malibu offers a vast array of choices for ultimate coastline living.
You can’t think of Malibu without thinking of its beaches. Zuma, Pirates Cove, Trancas, and Surfrider all typify the surf-and-sand romanticism of the Beach Boys, and are favorites of many shoregoers. The privileged few who call The Colony home have the bright, sandy beaches of the Pacific as their front yards, their privacy protected by security gates and walls lining Pacific Coast Highway behind their properties. Point Dume has become sought after for its fantastic promontory views and access to white sandy beaches...