A home designed by Malibu-based architect Ed Niles on 17-acres with views of the Santa Monica Mountains, the Pacific Ocean and the Channel Islands is up for sale.
The linear, steel-framed structure takes cues from the rock formations facing it in the Santa Monica Mountains. Two paired rows of columns march down the 200-foot-long sides, with a pitched glass lantern running the length of the house.
The chef’s gourmet kitchen with a black diamond fireplace and hidden panel cabinetry opens to a limestone patio and outdoor kitchen. There is a family room, fitness room, two fireplaces, and a four-car garage.
This four bedroom, 4 ½ bath features rooms designed in a circular formation. The master suite flooded with views has a master bath with spacious closets and a private grassy side-yard. The master bath features a built-in tub surrounded by windows and steel beams.
There are decks sprawling out from the center living areas and overlooking the pool. The lap pool is an extra feature, designed to take advantage of the surrounding nature. Below the pool, stone terraces lead to a studio or guest house. There is another unfinished studio that lies below the berm of adjacent lawn.
The property also features a private helicopter pad.
Scott Quattrochi and Mike Deasy with Deasy Penner & Partners are the listing agents for this property. Deasy said, “For all its modernity and sleek abstraction, the Niles house provides a restful and artful retreat from the modern world.”
This home is currently listed for sale at $7.995 million. For more information contact Scott Quattrochi at 310-425-2115,email@example.com or Mike Deasy at 310-275-8880, firstname.lastname@example.org or to view more about the property visit online. Also, check out the listing at AOL Real Estate.