This $29.5 Million Tropical-Inspired Malibu Estate Might Be The Most Sustainable In California

Crown Pointe Estates has created one of California’s most energy-efficient homes and is said to be one of the first in the Net Zero Series of homes they build.

According to Forbes, now, the second home in the series—Zero Two—was recently listed for $29.5 million in Malibu. This time around, the sustainability standards are even higher and the developers pushed the limits of what is possible. The home features low-carbon construction and is the first home in Southern California to voluntarily meet the requirements of the Marin County Low Carbon Concrete Code. There was a 42% reduction in concrete emissions, which is the equivalent of removing 40 gasoline-fueled cars from the road.

“For Zero One we used recycled cement, but for Zero Two we leaped forward by voluntarily complying with the Marin County Low Carbon Concrete Code—despite being in Southern California, and Marin County being in Northern California,” Morris says. “Unusual for the development world, we voluntarily submitted to a building code because Marin County has the best framework in the country for reducing CO2 emissions in concrete which is the biggest polluter in the construction world.”

This six-bedroom, eleven-bathroom home in Malibu is a modern Hawaiian-style estate in Malibu with 16,489 square feet of living space. Set on two acres, the home proves that luxury and sustainability can coexist. The contemporary residence is a ranch-style home with open-air pavilions, lush landscaping, and far-reaching ocean views. However, it’s the amenities that are most impressive.

The property features a 170-foot-long lanai wooden deck; an infinity-edge pool and hot tub; a pool deck with a lava rock-clad water vapor fireplace; outdoor entertainment system; bar and bbq; spa with a California Redwood sauna and steam shower; tennis court with a pickleball option, basketball court, putting green, and bocce ball area; Dolby Atmos theater with a 150-inch projection screen; and a home gym with a yoga deck.

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