Getting Around Malibu: Malibu Country Estates

Intersection at entrance to Malibu Country Estates.Copyright
Intersection at entrance to Malibu Country Estates.

Malibu Country Estates Neighborhood

Neighborhood street in Malibu Country Estates, adjacent to Pepperdine.Copyright
Neighborhood street in Malibu Country Estates, adjacent to Pepperdine.

Malibu Country Estates is an enclave of single family homes north of Pacific Coast Highway and adjacent to the western border of the Pepperdine University campus. It consists of 107 lots of which five remain undeveloped. A "Declaration of Restrictions" recorded on August 28, 1972 in the County of Los Angeles and valid at least until January 1, 2010 defines the boundaries of each lot, whether it is for one or two story structures, and specifies a set of restrictions regarding height, setbacks, size of floor area, visual impact, and other conditions.

Malibu Country Estates has paved streets, sidewalks, public water supply, storm sewers, street lights - the amenities and look of a suburban community. Its wastewater is treated at the recently upgraded Malibu Mesa Reclamation Plan, which is partly dedicated to meeting the fixed permanent needs of Malibu Country Estates. The Malibu Mesa Reclamation Plant is shared with Pepperdine University.

Sources: Information on this page was adapted from the City of Malibu, General Plan, November 1995

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