Casa di Pietra is a stunning beachfront villa with a gentle sloping terraced path to the beach combines bold lines and spacious interiors with exceptional quality to create a true architectural masterpiece. Exceedingly private and beautifully landscaped, the Doug Burdge-designed home sits at the end of a long gated drive, on three parcels of approximately 2.78 verdant acres, where it commands sensational ocean, shoreline, and island views.
Seamless indoor-outdoor spaces invite lavish entertaining and luxurious living on one of Malibu’s most sought-after beaches. The estate’s distinctive rough-hewn stone exterior opens to reveal a magnificent, spacious interior of rare quality and understated details that maximize the views, light, and a feeling of tranquility.
At the heart of the main floor is a huge great room that features a living area with double-height ceiling and fireplace, a dining area, and an ultra-sleek restaurant-style kitchen with breakfast bar, and home theater. A wall of windows disappears to bring the outdoors in and extend the home’s entertainment area. Adjoining the living room area is a den/entertainment/game room. Two en-suite bedrooms complete the main floor.
At the top of the curved floating stairway, a bridge separates two gracious ocean-view master suites, each with a fireplace, private deck overlooking the pool, and a spa-inspired bath. There is also an additional bedroom on this level.
An expansive and very private rooftop terrace with fireplace and fire pit sitting areas is perfect for casual dining, sunset cocktails, and stargazing.
The resort-style backyard takes in the full panorama of sea and sky, with swimming pool and spa, two convenient outdoor showers, outdoor kitchen with barbecue and pizza oven, dining and sitting area, and grassy lawns. With a large motor court, ample guest parking, and an immaculate collector’s garage.
Includes 32852, 32832, and 32826 Pacific Coast Highway.