Once home to the archest of anti-VAL surfers, Miklos Dora, the joint is now ground zero for surfing’s rebirth as the ultimate inclusive, diverse and safe divertissement.
A new belle epoch beckons for Malibu, a twenty-mile square beachfront and almost exclusively White enclave of million-and-billionaires thirty miles west of downtown Los Angeles.
Once home to the archest of anti-VAL surfers, Miklos “I am the one and only rightful king of Malibu” Dora, the pretty little town is now ground zero for surfing’s rebirth as the ultimate inclusive, diverse and safe divertissement.
The two-time academy award nominated actor and director Jonah Hill, who may or may not be referred to as a VAL, the epithet depending on how badly you want to swallow the Superbad star’s gravy, cemented his own position in the famous lineup last month when he paid nine million dollars for a house in Malibu Colony, a guarded, gated beachfront setup footsteps from point made famous by the aforementioned Dora.
Paris’ new joint, bought for $8.4 mill, and built in 1955, is Universal Pictures’ chairman Tom Pollock’s old place. Tom, he dead now, threw the same amount at it in 2007, proving not all real estate, even supposedly blue chip, is a sure thing investment-wise.
Also living in the place is Paris’ boo, Carter Reum, rich kid son of late tycoon Robert Reum, although he ain’t entirely a trust-fund kid. He sold his vodka brand VEEV for bank and is worth around three-hundred mill.
The joint is at La Costa beach, public below the high-tide line, but no direct access means if you wanna gawk at Paz, go via the Carbon gate next to Davey Geffen’s place, 22126 PCH, between the Malibu Pier at Surfrider Beach and Carbon Canyon Road.
Here’s a taste.