Million Dollar Mobile Home: Enchanting Pink Beach Cottage

This million dollar mobile home is enchanting!

Located in the most expensive mobile home park in the world, Paradise Cove in Malibu, California, the pink siding fits right into the quirky neighborhood.

The cool cottage home is for sale. Realtor.com has the home listed at a cool $880,000. You can read all about it here.

Unique Pink Exterior Sets Million Dollar Mobile Home Apart 

The moment this mobile home comes into view you know it’s going to be awesome. The light pink siding certainly makes a statement!

The designer opted to go with traditional banisters and trim, perhaps countering the unique siding color. The front porch, beautifully decorated with small plants, is a great space to enjoy the outdoors.

 

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Minimalist Living Room 

The living room of this beautiful home has many great features. The stylish French doors lead out to a great outdoor space letting lots of natural light bounce around the crisp white walls and ceilings.

 

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The great room with rustic, wood burning stove leads to the cook’s kitchen and dining area. (realtor.com) 

 

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Cool Cook’s Kitchen

This minimalist cook’s kitchen is simple yet sophisticated.

A new trend that seems to be catching on is to forego upper cabinetry in kitchens. This design can help make a kitchen feel larger.

A bay window allows lots of light and plenty of room for a herb garden. The dining room table sits under large windows creating a perfect spot to watch the sunrise while enjoying a cup of coffee.

 

Related: Paradise Cove Mobile Home Sold for $2 Million

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Beautiful Bathroom in Million Dollar Mobile Home

One of my favorite features of this million dollar mobile home is the bathroom. Crisp, clean marble takes center-stage in the space.

 

Tip: Designers often go with more expensive materials in small spaces. It provides a high impact on a smaller budget. 

 

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Related: Modern Malibu Mobile Home Makeover

 

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Windows, Windows, Windows

One of the biggest challenges that mobile home owners face is small bedrooms but one of the best weapons against that problem is light. The more windows you have in a room, the larger that room is going to feel. Mirrored closet doors are another smart design to help a small bedroom appear larger. The mirrors act as a window and lets light bounce around.

 

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The master suite has vaulted ceilings, clerestory windows and french doors leading to a secluded creekside deck. The second bedroom features high ceilings, skylights, and a separate entrance/sliding glass door to a secluded seating area. (realtor.com)

 

million dollar mobile home - minimalist cottage style manufactured home in Malibu - awesome bedroom

 

Related: Malibu Mobile Home with Lots of Great Mobile Home Decorating Ideas

 

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The home’s natural simplicity, sea breezes, and close proximity to the ocean creates a tranquil, magical beachside retreat. (realtor.com)

This million dollar mobile home has all the features that make for a great house. The location, the open floor plan, and the many windows all combine to make this a great example of the potential that all manufactured homes have.

We’ve featured a few great homes in Paradise Cove. Here’s a couple that you may want to check out:
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5 Comments
  1. Melissa Kelly says

    I love the pink siding. I would love to use it on my mobile home. Do you know what company they ordered from or did they paint it that color? I would really love to know. Thank you.

    1. Crystal Adkins says

      Hi Melissa,

      I’m sorry, I was never able to get in touch with the owner. If I had to guess that is standard wood siding that has been painted, though (a T1-11 siding would look great painted and it’s very affordable).

      Thanks for reading MHL!

  2. DweezilAZ says

    Great place. Wonder if this will ever be featured on Million Dollar Listing L.A.

    Kim and Crystal: does an older manufactured have to be reinforced to use marble, tile, granite and other heavy materials where they’re applied ? Does, say, ceramic tile shift if it’s used on the floor ? In the shower ?

    Pardon my ignorance, but I am really curious.

    1. Crystal Adkins says

      That’s not an ignorant question at all! The answer depends on a couple of different factors: total weight, framing specs, location, etc. Shifting, in manufactured homes is an issue, but with modern materials (like grout, underlayment, etc) it can be a lot easier to do. Grout today is a lot more giving than it was just a decade ago.

      I wouldn’t install a 5″ thick slab of marble in the middle of the home (but perhaps a thin marble tile made to look thick would work). For the walls, it depends on your framing and the weight of the material you want to install. Also, if you plan on moving the home at all, I would steer clear of the heavy materials and not cross a marriage line with tile, etc.

      Luckily, with modern materials, there is usually a substitute (those thin marble and granite tiles in a shower make my heart happy!) Sorry I’m giving such a vague answer!

      1. DweezilAZ says

        No, not vague at all. It makes sense and answers my question very well. Sorry It took so long to respond, but have had company for a week.

        I’ve looked into engineered granite overlays for my current laminate counter tops and love the simplicity. Like changing cabinet doors on existing hardware. An elegant, cost efficient update, which drives most of my decorating decisions.

        Thank you for taking time to answer. Like “call before you dig”, I’ll make sure to research before committing.

        This shack is not moving in my lifetime, that’s for sure. They’ll have to put wheels on me and tow me away first.