About this listing
For the executive who comes to Los Angeles often, this is the perfect luxury respite. Only a 20 minute drive from Santa Monica, this is the most accessible part of Malibu to Los Angeles. Owned by an executive who travels to NYC often and craves a space of her own when traveling, this private entranced downstairs room in a contemporary Malibu 5000-square foot home features a beautiful king size bed, warm wood floors and a sliding glass door that opens to pastoral mountains views. Includes a private bathroom with huge European-styled shower, antique fixtures in a super high ceiling contemporary styling. Wake to the sound of birds, lull to sleep listening to frogs and coyotes; the two acre property under a canopy of ancient oaks is in a canyon 2 miles from the beach. Share the magnificently spread out and gourmet kitchen and living space and fireplace. The kitchen features gourmet accoutrements, Subzero fridge and cooks stove and eating area looks through high ceiling glass doors that open to the oak forest. Decks on which to sip coffee and plan your day. On the way to town, your commute on Pacific Coast Highway includes playing dolphins and stupendous sunsets instead of cement, car infested freeways and streets of the city. Minutes from famed restaurants like Nobu and Mr. Chow; where you can meet your clients for dinner meetings.
About the Host, Alyson
Alyson Dutch is a product PR launch specialist. The author of the PR Handbook for Entrepreneurs, she has launched everything from fingertip toothbrushes to bras that eliminate visible bra lines. She’s also worked with many brands you know from Metabolife to Mrs. Fields Cookies, Perrier Jouet Champagne to Swatch. She is the CEO of Malibu California based Brown + Dutch Public Relations, the founder of “speed dating for products and press,” Consumer Product Events and author of the (website hidden). In her spare, time, she serves as a mentor to entrepreneurs as a board member of the Small Business Association's SCORE program and is a ski patroller in the local mountains of Southern California.