Point Dume Real Estate: Your Future Home is Calling
Also known as, “The Point”, this section of Malibu, CA encompasses the perfect unity of friendly neighborhoods and beach proximity. Point Dume real estate has appreciated in recent years, and trends predict that property values will continue to rise. If you’re in the market for a new home, why not give the Point Dume Real Estate a chance?
This area is rich in history. Point Dume was discovered in 1793 by a British explorer named, George Vancouver. However, Despite being misspelled on Vancouver’s map as “Dume”, Point Dume’s name was never corrected. Until 1940, Point Dume was a barren bluff -that had been overrun by brutal winds. After World War II, Point Dume was populated by independent minded individuals who planted trees and other plants. In 1968, Point Dume Elementary was established. Doors to the school are still open today- under the modified name, Point Dume Marine Science Elementary School.
The Point Dume we know, and love today, starting taking shape in the year 2000. In 2007, most of the older homes were torn down. Those properties have now been transformed into multi-million dollar homes set in one of the most beautiful areas of Southern California. Real Estate in Point Dume has been booming, and the value of properties are only going up. If you’re in the market for a new home, I would love to assist you in finding the perfect home in Point Dume, CA.
Awe Inspiring Views
This Beach is renown because it’s been featured in countless iconic films and TV shows for its steep cliffs, beautiful rocks and picture perfect coastline. The beach is operated by Los Angeles county and it is widely used for swimming, surfing, SCUBA diving and fishing. Additionally, if you’re into whale watching, “The Point” is also the perfect place to watch California Gray Whales from December to April.
Near Westward Beach Road, there is access to the Pointe Dume Nature Preserve. Visitors are to follow an uphill trail that leads to an ancient coastal bluff sand dune. Upon arrival of the view point, there is an incredible view of the entire Santa Monica Bay, north Malibu Coast, inland Santa Monica mountains and even Catalina Island (if its a clear day).
Things to do
If you’re the adventurous type who loves a good glass of wine, check out Malibu Wine Hikes!
You should expect:
- 2.5 mile hike. The hike is moderately difficult and winds through the vineyard and private estate.
- Meet the exotic animals on the ranch.
- After the hike, the group will shuttle to Malibu Wines tasking room for a flight of wine.
- The full experience lasts roughly 2 hours.
Malibu Creek stretches 21 mines and is the principal watercourse of the Santa Monica Mountains. Visitors follow the trail along Malibu Creek, and are treated to spectacular views of the Las Virgenes Valley and Malibu Canyon.