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6525 Point Lechuza Dr

Malibu, CA 90265
  • $36,000

  • 4

  • 4

  • 3,463


About the Listing X7901308 - X71442

One of the most exquisite architectural properties in Malibu is available for lease. The last built project by iconic architect Pierre Koenig, situated on Lechuza Point offering breathtaking ocean and coastline views down Broad Beach to Zuma Beach and Point Dume. Surrounded by cyprus and palm trees, the home offers great privacy and ocean views from all four bedrooms and the living spaces. Impeccably furnished along with beautiful art, this minimalist's haven is available for an immediate move-in. Great outdoor entertaining spaces which include an ocean view oversized spa and retractable stairs down to the sand. Radiant heat, solar power, media room. and a subterranean garage with car lift complete this offering. Call for short term availability and pricing.

Listing Highlights for 6525 Point Lechuza Dr

Status Active
Days on Site 6
Property Type Residential Lease
MLS # 18364400
Year Built 2011
Square Footage 3,463
Lot/Acreage 0.17

Interior Details

  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 4 Full
  • Appliances: Dishwasher,Dryer,Freezer,Garbage Disposal,Refrigerator,Washer
  • Air Cond: Air Conditioning
  • Heating: Radiant
  • Fireplaces: Two Way
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  • Basement: Has Basement
  • Other: Furnished
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  • Garage Capacity: 2 car
  • Zoning: LCR1*
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Listing Courtesy of Sandro Dazzan, The Agency