Constructed almost entirely of glass and steel in 1992, one of famed architect Ed Niles’ most prominent designs is now on the market for the first time asking $20 million. Overlooking the Malibu coastline from a private, two-acre lot, the home is suspended 16 feet in the air as to not impede on the topography. This architectural masterpiece frames gorgeous Malibu views from every one of its four bedrooms and main living areas.
The bedrooms are designed as separate pods, with the master claiming separate pods for the sleeping quarters, sitting room, master bathroom and closet. The private master deck with a jacuzzi provides sweeping 360-degree views. Across a custom sky bridge suspended over the driveway, a semi-circle great room with soaring 35-foot ceilings hosts living and gathering spaces.
Entryway doors lead into the space and matching rear doors promote gracious indoor-outdoor living overlooking the ocean. The backyard encompasses a modern pool and patio encircled by lush greenery ensuring privacy and serenity.