The 7,315-square-foot house on the nearly half-acre lot at 3807 Crest Road in Rancho Palos Verdes can be yours for $4.775 million.
The home, built in 1994, was designed by international architect Joe Addo and features "clean architectural lines" and "exposed structural steel." "With floor-to-ceiling walls of glass, this home is designed to capture the panoramic views of the Los Angeles basin and the Pacific Ocean," according to the listing on AOL Real Estate.
Inside, the home features five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, library rooms, a family room, a formal dining area, chef's kitchen, dry sauna, open air indoor/outdoor gym, laundry facility, elevator, circular massage retreat, office alcove and a master suite "cockpit."
There is also a detached guest house, roof decks, a vortex spa and a lap pool.
"The parcel spans from street to street, allowing private access to (the) lower level with detached guest house and spacious yards," writes real estate agent Aaron Kirman. "(It's) perfectly appointed to make the most of the southern California indoor/outdoor lifestyle."
The property is listed by Kirman brokered by Hilton & Hyland. For more information, view the listing on AOL Real Estate.
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