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The ultimate lock-and-go summer beach house is here. Set overlooking Malibu’s dramatic Point Dume, down the road from Zuma Beach, Cavalleri is a collection of 68 luxury Spanish Mission style condominiums on a ten-acre gated pastoral reserve.
The resort-like property includes a 52-foot swimming pool with spa, outdoor dining pavilion, yoga terrace and two North-South tennis courts. Acres of gardens embrace expansive lawns, walking trails, citrus groves and a native eucalyptus reserve. Beach retreat? Or year-round Malibu home? That’s a decision anyone would love to make.
Residences at Cavalleri, including two- and three-bedroom plans priced from $1,230,000, combine the low-key, unspoiled beauty of Malibu with the amenities of a luxurious resort and the ease of full-service condominium ownership. The location, set amid some of Southern California’s most iconic beaches, is minutes from world-class shopping and dining.
The classic Mission-inspired architecture of the homes gives way to contemporary interiors with open floor plans designed to let ocean light and breezes flow through. Top-of-the-line gourmet kitchens and luxurious spa-like bathrooms enhance the living experience. The grounds, by internationally renowned landscape designer Pamela Burton, create a transporting outdoor experience, from the glamorous pool environment to a dining area set by a fireplace beneath flowering trees. On the walking trails, notes of jasmine, lavender, and rosemary drift on the ocean breeze.
Premier urban residential marketing and sales firm The Mark Company, also a part of the Pacific Union family, will launch model previews for the development in March. Closings begin this spring, as 68 owners discover the Cavalleri Malibu lifestyle.
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