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Signs like this one guided participants of the Malibu Cook’s Tour on Saturday, May 9, to each Malibu Methodist Nursery School volunteer, where they gave information on various sections of each house Alex Vejar/22nd Century Media
Three participants stand under a gazebo in the backyard of the Baker home during the Malibu Cook’s Tour on Saturday, May 9. Photos by Alex Vejar/22nd Century Media
A group of people sit and relax in the yard of the Bali-inspired house during the Malibu Cook’s Tour.
This bar was made in the style of one found at TGI Fridays, the restaurant where the owners of the Bluff Top house first met.
Suzanne Faulkner (right) and Milton Brodleit, residents of Encino, get information from Susan Downey during the Cook’s Tour.
Alex Vejar, Staff Writer
4:49 pm PDT May 12, 2015

Imagine being picked up by a vehicle and driven through the hills of Malibu. The vehicle drops you off in front of a large house, you’re welcomed by a volunteer and you stroll inside. 

You’re guided through sections of the house and given tidbits of inside information — how the house was built, where pieces of art came from, etc. — as the panoramic ocean views, open floor plans and apartment-sized bedrooms leave you speechless. At the end of the tour, you’re treated to food from a local eatery.