Lynette Bishop

29403 PCH

Malibu, CA 90265

Phone: (310) 266-6264

Email: [email protected]

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2121 Mckain Street

Calabasas, CA, 91302 | $4,999,000

This is a very special opportunity to own a decorated Dressage Olympian’s former training facility.

2121 Mckain Street

Spectacular Secluded Equestrian Estate in the exclusive Malibu/Calabasas hills. Newly remodeled designer's mid-century modern ranch house. Open floor plan w/high beamed ceilings, clerestory windows, beautiful teak built-ins, exquisite imported stone tops, chef's kitchen & butler's pantry. Master suite opens to a very private pool & spa retreat area. Master bath features a spa tub, steam shower & 2 walk-in closets. Watch your horses grazing or training from inside the house or while relaxing on the expansive, wisteria lined covered patio. Featuring apx 5+ acres, a 10 stall breezeway barn, wash racks, tack room, large pasture, lighted round pen, 2 covered corrals, a riding/jumping arena, 2 paddocks w/perimeter conditioning track located in place of former full dressage court. Stunning Santa Monica Mountain views. Natural landscape, riding trails & long private gated driveway. Access to miles of trails. This private ranch is the former training site of a decorated USA Dressage Olympian.


Designer’s own Mid-Century Modern Ranch home with an open floorpan perfect for entertaining.

Living Room

Elegant and inviting with high beamed ceilings, clerestory windows and marble fireplace.


Chef’s kitchen features beautiful teak built-ins, exquisite imported stone tops and a butler’s pantry.


Zen pool and spa area creates a private retreat.


This special Equestrian Ranch is a must see!


Malibu owes its name to the Chumash, Native Americans who originally settled there and named it Humaliwo, which means "the surf sounds loudly.” The area was highly secluded until 1929 when the Pacific Coast Highway was built. Now Malibu is a destination for many vacationers driving up and down the California coast, and a highly revered destination for Los Angeles locals.