Decor: House of the day

Wow! I’ve been going to California twice a year for the past 4 years as I have family there and every time I go I am amazed by how beautiful and huge it is! I love everything about Cali, the cities and what each city has to offer, the homes, the scenery and the lifestyle. Ah! I just love it.

This home is beautiful! The views are too die for! Can you imagine waking up to the view of the ocean every morning? Unreal. The home is a huge four-bedroom, four-bathroom house right on water in Malibu and its on sale for $26 million. The home is an architectural gem, with sliding glass doors, stone, and hardwood used in its construction. The master bedroom will transport you to what feels like a five-star hotel, with panoramic views, private patio, his and hers suites, a marble tub, and a fireplace. The house was built in 2010.


The glass walls allow you to see straight through the house.


Inside the house features dark wood and stone.

The living room fireplace is a magnificent stone structure.

There's a nice flow from the counter bar to the living room, which is ideal for entertaining guests.

The living room provides a great view of the ocean.

The kitchen has a very modern feel to it.

A long view of the island in the kitchen.

The stove and oven would even impress a chef.

Another shot of the kitchen.

If it's a warm summer day, head outside and eat there.

Entertain guests with a drink or a game of pool.

The master bedroom has a private terrace.

And a huge built-in wall storage unit.

Every bedroom has a stunning view.

We love the fireplace and the placement of the flat screen TV above it.

We love the stone on the outside of the house.

Sports car, not included.

Enjoy some down time on the patio, the view is just one of the perks that comes with buying a $26 million home.

And if the ocean is too cold, take a dip in the pool.





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