Malibu is a very unique coastal community. It is an enclave that attracts celebrities, entertainment professionals, and those seeking an exclusive yet relaxed environment. Malibu stretches over approximately 30 miles of coastline and extends approximately 6 miles inland. The population is 18,000+/- and its elevation goes from sea level to over 3,000 feet.
Malibu is known worldwide for its sand and surf. But Malibu is also much more than just pristine beaches. The canyons and valleys are studded with native oaks, sycamores, black walnuts, and majestic cottonwoods. In the spring, lupine, yucca, Indian paintbrush and golden poppies are in full bloom.
There are rolling hills and rocky peaks. The year round streams, seasonal creeks and waterfalls are home to a very special riparian habitat of salamanders, frogs and steelhead trout.
There are miles of hiking, biking, and riding trails throughout the Santa Monica Mountains. The mountains are shared with the wildlife consisting of bobcat, deer, foxes, coyotes, raccoons, squirrels, mountain lions, owls, and red tailed hawks.
Once you experience this unique way of life, you won’t want to leave. Living here is like being on vacation in one of the most beautiful places in the world.