Nestled between the Santa Monica Mountains and Pacific Ocean, Malibu is famous throughout the world for its scenic cliffs, rugged canyons, stunning beaches, world-class surfing, and spectacular Mediterranian climate. At the heart of this iconic community is a 21-mile long strip of white sand dotted with five-star hotels, unique tourist attractions like the Malibu Pier, and multi-million dollar homes and exclusive celebrity hideaways favored by A-Listers such as Lady Gaga, Jack Nicholson and Ellen Degeneres.
Modern Malibu was born in the late 1920’s when prodigious landowners like May Ringe and William Randolph Hearst began subdividing their massive property holdings. The opening of the Pacific Coast Highway (CA-1), that scenic ribbon of road that is at the heart of the California dream, made the area accessible to Hollywood’s elite who flocked to the dazzling coastline, majestic hills and the drama of the adjacent canyons, where they established settlements like the Malibu Colony.
Today Malibu is a thriving city of nearly 13,000 residents. According to the 2010 census, Malibu boasts a median household income of $133,869. and, as reported by the Malibu Times, an average home price of more than $6 million. Served by the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District, Malibu contains three elementary schools and one secondary school within the city limits. Malibu High School is ranked amongst the best in the state and has a graduation rate of 96%. Additionally, Malibu is the home of five private schools and Pepperdine University, a world-renowned private institution that graces the hills above Malibu Bluffs Park. Whether you are looking for a relaxing second home or a superlative place to raise a family, Malibu is transcendent.
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