Realtor.com just put our new listing on the front page of their website! They had all the fantastic shots of the home and the description below!
Rest assured, folks, you are not hallucinating. That’s a real house you see before your eyes, and it’s spectacular. Tucked away on a remote, hillside bluff in Agoura Hills, CA is a “kaleidoscope of vivid color” that apparently will have you feeling like “you’re at the top of a Mayan empire” in no time. The listing description starts things off ever-so-eloquently by asking the obvious question: “Want to be transported from the Aztec Pyramids of the 16th Century, into a 23rd century architectural wonder?” Heck and yes. And really, people, for a list price of $1.95 million, the answer to that question is that obvious.
So, other than a Crayola Crayon box of color, what does this Salvidor Dali-esque, architectural mash-up have to offer? Lots! Beyond the Kaleidoscope Home’s “7,200-square-feet of openness” there is a treasure trove of fine features and general cray-ness. For starters, acid-washed concrete floors and slate-wrapped pillars link one room to the next. Then there’s a designated “intimate media area” and wine cellar with storage for up to 640 bottles. Don’t get me started about the zen-ful master suite, which will envelope you in tranquility, what with its combo indoor-outdoor master bath described as a “calm spa-like haven.” And if those features weren’t enough to wet your whistle, sitting beneath a sculptural backyard offering to the Aztec gods is an infinity pool that transcends into the surrounding canyon. Cray!
This is Dave, from The McLaughlin Group, keeping it real in real estate!