Inside a Malibu estate on sale for $588 million

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This $58,808,000 estate ignoring the Pacific Ocean is among the biggest houses for sale inMalibu

At 16,600 square feet, it’s the grandest single-structure house in the area and a massive 4,100 square feet larger than the next-largest house on the marketplace.

The Bali- motivated house at 11870 Ellice Street, called the Kaizen House after a Japanese term significance “continuous improvement,” is set down above the Pacific Coast Highway at County LineBeach The modern-day glass-and-concrete architecture is constructed around an outdoor yard with lavish palms and a koi pond.

Aerial view of the house’s outdoor yard and koi pond.

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While the recently established house on Ellice Street has a Malibu address and postcode, it lies 2 miles beyond the city of Malibu, where 4 houses on the PCH have actually cost $100 million or more– consisting of the record-breaking substance acquired by billionaire Marc Andreessen in 2021 for $177 million.

Ellice Street lies in Ventura Country, less than a mile west of Los AngelesCounty Here, sales north of $15 million are scarce.

And yet, the street that covers under a half-mile has actually seen 5 smaller sized estates, every one older than the Kaizen House, cost in between $15 million and $247 million. The hot area’s leading sale closed in October commanding simply over $2,500 per square foot, according to public records, method above average for Malibu.

The Kaizen House covers 2 levels and 20,000 sq feet with a 95- foot infinity swimming pool in the yard.

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At the present asking cost, the most recent listing is more than 10 times costlier than the $5.8 million typical prices attained in Malibu throughout the 3rd quarter. The typical cost per square foot hovered simply under $1,400, according to the Elliman Report assembled by Jonathan Miller, president of Miller Samuel Real Estate Appraisers & & Consultants.

Public records reveal developer-owner Kris Halliday of MKH Developments acquired the one-acre lot at 11870 Ellice Street back in 2018 for $5.4 million.

After finishing the Kaizen House, he noted it in March for $748 million– or more than $4,500 a square foot. There were no takers at the preliminary ask, and over the following 8 months it saw 3 cost decreases that took the asking cost down by more than 21%.

The estate at 11870 Ellice St sits above the Pacific Coast Hwy in Malibu ignoring the ocean.

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Last month, the ask settled simply under $59 million, or about $3,500 a square foot. That price would still be an all-time high for the area of Malibu that beings in Ventura County.

“We brought it down from $75 million to $58 million, so right now this is looking like a really good deal,” stated co-listing representative Branden Williams, co-founder of Beverly Hills Estates Group.

Glass walls on the house’s lower level available to the sun deck and swimming pool.

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The six-bedroom, 10- bath house is being marketed in the middle of some really tough headwinds: increasing home mortgage rates, increasing inflation and the capacity for economic crisis. Still, Williams informed CNBC he stays positive.

“Is it challenging? Of course, will this house sell? Yes,” he stated.

What’s more, Williams stated your house can command a premium because of its large size, the high-end products within, and the reality that it’s brand-new building and construction, which is unusual in Malibu.

Here’s a browse the $588 million Kaizen House:

The house’s significant entryway provides fire, water, and elaborately sculpted Belgian bluestone walls

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Halliday instilled the estate with Indonesian affects that appear even prior to stepping within.

A glass entrance is flanked by a set of sculpted stone statues and 2 fire functions that appear to dance on water. The big glass-paneled entrance is framed by walls covered in Belgian blue stone elaborately sculpted in Asia, listing representative Williams stated.

The stone art work is a style component that’s duplicated in other locations throughout the house. Williams calls the architecture “Zen modern tropical.”

The upper half of the foyer’s 25- foot walls are dressed in onyx imported from Asia.


The double-height foyer is soaked in sunshine that streams though a 30- foot-wide sky light.

The lower part of the foyer’s 25- foot walls is covered in fluted oak, while the upper half is covered in an appealing dragon onyx from Asia, Williams stated.

A stone course leads into the outdoor yard and throughout the koi pond.

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Passed the foyer is the house’s tropical-themed yard, where lavish greens are stressed by red blooming plants and glass lights that function as heating units.

Water waterfalls down the yard’s elaborately sculpted Belgian bluestone wall into the koi pond.


The primary wall in the main garden is dressed in more of the elaborately sculpted blue rock. Water waterfalls down the stone’s surface area and drips into the pond, filling the area with the relaxing echo of a running stream.

The 14- visitor dining-room table is focused in between a living wall of leafy green plant life on one side and a 2,000- plus-gallon fish tank on the other. The saltwater tank provides a watery window into a vibrantly colored living location on the other side.

The brightly-colored living location has a trifecta of water views consisting of the 2,000 gallon fish tank, infinity swimming pool and Pacific Ocean.

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At journalism of a button, the majority of the house’s glass walls spring into movement and available to the outdoors.

The automated high-end opens the dining-room, kitchen area and 2 first-floor living locations to an excellent swimming pool deck.

The 95- foot infinity swimming pool in the yard includes a 12- individual jacuzzi, partly immersed sun loungers and undersea stools that use a rejuvenating area from which to access the poolside bar.

The pool consists of a sun relaxing location and sunken discussion pit with fire function.

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The primary kitchen area includes 2 islands completely covered in an unique green bamboo onyx.

Hidden behind the kitchen area’s fluted-oak cabinets is a 2nd complete kitchen area for the personal chef. And like the majority of the stone included in the house, the stone-clad islands have lights ingrained inside which fire up the onyx with a luminescent radiance after dark.

The the house movie theater includes a cutting edge Dolby Atmos stereo, carpets imported from New Zealand and more illuminated stone.

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Primary suite

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The house’s upper level consists of 6 ensuite bed rooms, each with its own balcony.

In the main suite voice-controlled glass walls can be commanded to move away for access to a personal balcony that ignores the ocean.

Primary suite bath.

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The suite consists of a stone-covered bath and a set of walk-in closets, which likewise include remarkable views of the Pacific.

Along with Williams, the listing is represented by representatives Rayni Williams and Tony Barsocchini of The Beverly Hills Estates and Kurt Rappaport of the Westside Agency.