Named Carbon Oasis, the five-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bathroom home spanning 4,900 square feet of interiors is undergoing a meticulous multimillion-dollar remodel.
Reminiscent of an Aman-inspired spa retreat with a modern twist, the residence is designed as a waterfront oasis influenced by the worldly travels of its developer. A lush green wall façade welcomes guests upon entry, curating a glimpse into the Zen wonderland tucked behind closed doors. Unobstructed panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean are on display in nearly every room, with custom champagne-toned glass sliders by industry leader Styline blending indoors and outdoors.
Every inch of the elegant living and entertainment spaces is thoughtfully crafted and covered from floor to ceiling with organic materials, including limestone flooring and walls clad in Onyx, split face travertine, and roman clay plaster finish, while the bedrooms are dawned in parquet walnut wood. A central interior pond designed by the world-renowned Danny Wang features a lush garden with a statement tree and a linear outdoor fireplace by Montigo designed to inspire peace and tranquility.
Half a million dollars’ worth of Eggersmann cabinetry is customized in the kitchen, closets, and laundry room. The gourmet chef's kitchen boasts Miele appliances plus a bar draped in exotic materials. The second-floor principal suite showcases those coveted Pacific Ocean views and offers dual walk-in closets, the owner's bathroom adorned in onyx and split face travertine – plus a sunlight infrared sauna.
Additional luxurious amenities and features within the state-of-the-art smart home include a Josh.ai speaker-controlled system, fitness room, custom glass wine vault, planned cantilever hot tub, and a guest cottage with two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Outdoors, find 60 feet of beachfront and views stretching from Palos Verdes to the Malibu Pier, along with an outdoor summer kitchen covered in Ipe wood, sub-zero, and wolf appliances.
Billionaire's Beach is Malibu's most prestigious address and home to only about 70 lots with current and past high-profile owners. Ideally located, the residence is a short distance to Malibu hot spots, including Nobu and Soho House.