Perched high in the hills of our fair city, architect Michael Rostami's architectural palace has come onto the market for $5.985 million.
Realtor.com tells us that Rostami and Unicon Builders constructed the 5,500-square-foot house in 2009. It was listed nearly a year ago for the slightly pricier sum of $6.75 million. Buyers might now consider the mansion a bargain if they're in the market for four bedrooms, five bathrooms, and a guest house that comprises over 1,000 square feet.
The home seems to be built for both lovers of nature and technology alike. Outdoors fanatics will swoon over the private rooftop deck, 33-foot infinity pool, and multiple outdoor living spaces, while techies will dig the built-in intercom system, recording studio, and smart technology wiring. The home also boasts floor-to-ceiling glass walls that reveal panoramic views of the city and surrounding hills.
While the compound's minimalist concrete and steel features might not please everyone, you certainly can't argue with such luxury!
The home is listed with Aaron Kirman of Hilton & Hyland.