Luminous Malibu Renovation Hits All The Right Notes Above Point Dume, $4.8M

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By Philip Ferrato

Where: 19 Boniface Drive, Malibu
Asking: $4,800,000
What: A Mid-century 4-bed, 4-bed house in the hills above Point Dume, stripped down to its essentials and then subtly reworked into a luminous retreat and styled by the LA design firm Platform in their seemingly effortless version of Boho Chic.

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