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Of course, the stunning ocean views and beachy lifestyle that the mobile home park affords are a huge draw too.
An interior designer who bought a trailer with his partner, a landscape architect, cannot extoll the splendor of the Cove enough.
Malibu's Paradise Cove Mobile Home Park is a stigma-busting oceanfront trailer park where it's not uncommon for trailers to sell for more than a million dollars.
Dating back to the 1950s, when fishermen parked their trailers on a plot by the ocean, the park had expanded to 100 trailers by the end of the 1970s, says the in a survey of some of its fancy residents.