33583 Mullholland Drive: Never Miss A Malibu Sunset, $7.4M


Where: 33583 Mulholland Highway, Malibu

Asking: $7,488,000

What: Situated high above the city with remarkable views of the ocean and neighboring mountains, sits a 16 acre, 5 bedroom, 6 bathroom, 7,050 square foot masterpiece built by world-renowned Architect Ed Niles. The home defines a juxtaposition of nature and artistry as it is surrounded by rolling hills, but stands tall as an impressive contemporary build of glass supported by steel. This duality carries on throughout the single story property with each room staking claim to one natural vista after another.


Moving through the space, there is a captivating mix of materials with rich marble flooring and walls sharing the space with exposed steel beams that give way to 22 foot ceilings. The living space shows off a great stainless wall harkening ideas of a contemporary cathedral within the home.


Adjacent to the living space is a modern, open concept kitchen made beautiful with stainless steel and graphite detail as well as priceless scenes from nature. The blend of light and airy with strong metals creates an inexplicable charm to the home.


Light-flooded hallways and curved galleys lead to spaces like the sizeable master suite, which is surrounded by windows further showing off the home’s 360 views. Further through the home and it’s not hard to miss white bricks interjected into the build.


A wondrous guest suite lies at the lower level of the house, which is where the minimalist pool space can be found. Surrounded with concrete decks over aptly manicured grass that outdoor space is inspirational and modern.


Equipped with a guest house, a massive garage and over 20 parking spaces, a sauna and a fully operating helipad this home checks off all of the boxes. And it comes with a fresh opportunity to see the sunrise or sunset, no matter where you are in house–and you can’t put a price on nature.

More: Take a peek at the agent’s dedicated site for additional images, detail and floor plans. Below, the bird’s eye view.