SELLER: Jay Griffith
LOCATION: Clover Heights Avenue, Malibu, CA
SIZE: 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
DESCRIPTION: Enjoy panoramic views from this approx. 2.5 acre property which includes an existing 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom mid-century house, studio, and a vintage barn…includes an outdoor entertaining area complete with an ocean view gazebo. The entire acreage is beautifully landscaped with drought-resistant native plants.
YOUR MAMAS NOTES: Listen my little chickadees, Your Mama and the Dr. Cooter are on the move today…literally. We’re surrounded by boxes and there are half a dozen burly men in blue outfits racing around the house and loading our precious things onto a giant truck bound for a far away land.
So as you might imagine we don’t have much time to dilly-dally and discuss ad nauseum as we generally do. But we didn’t want to leave y’all high and dry and desperate for a little real estate porn so we decided to offer a little garden gorgeousness out in Malee-boo.
We recognize that many of the children won’t know who this Jay Griffith person is. Suffice to say he’s an enormously talented, well respected and very expensive landscape designer who works his landscaping magic all over Southern California.
According to prop records, the (approx.) 2.5 acre property shown here belongs to Mister Griffith himself. Your Mama thinks it’s a wonderland of native plants, sitting areas with stellar views of the Pacific Ocean and a “gazebo” and entertaining area that makes Your Mama weep with envy.
According to listing information, all this outdoor dee–lishu–ness also comes with a vintage barn and a 3 bedroom and 3 bathroom mid-century style home which is all being offered with an asking price of $3,900,000.
We’ll take it.
P.S. Records reflect that in addition to this slice of coastal pulchritude lucky Mister Griffith owns a fair amount of other property around Los Angeles including a couple of properties in Venice, an additional house in Pacific Palisades, two more adjacent lots in Malibu (that are actually contiguous with this for sale acreage) and a small apartment house. Looks like Mister Griffith knows how to parlay his landscaping dollars into a mini real estate empire. Bravo!