Resembling the residence of a sophisticated villain, the glassy Razor House in La Jolla, California is remarkable. Designed by Wallace E. Cunningham, one of Architectural Digest’s Top 100 Designers, the project is the epitome of modern luxury and is in search for owners with the deepest of pockets.
Named after Razor Point Monument, the transparent home is built with polished ivory concrete, stainless steel, and large expanses of glass, providing uninterrupted views of the Pacific Coast. The home comes with a high-tech iPad controlled automation system, allowing you to command the music/video distribution systems, lighting, and motorized roller window shades. The 10,240 sq. ft. living space is dressed with Travertine stone floors, walnut flooring in the library and family room, stained walnut veneer cabinetry, and a master suite wrapped in suede. It also features two steam rooms/showers, a gym, a roof-top spa, freestanding tubs, and a built-in outdoor BBQ. Outside of the house, there’s a 5,1000 cubic-feet infinity pool, creating the illusion that the water is spilling directly into the horizon of the Pacific Ocean. This house will set you back a little more than a pretty penny.
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