With the highly anticipated Iron Man 3 movie now in theaters, we're reminded of the superhero's high-tech lifestyle (home included). Of course no such character exists, but if a real-life Tony Stark did live among us, we have a hunch where he'd be shacking up: The Razor Residence in La Jolla, California.
This stunning 11,000-square-foot estate built in 2007 and conceived by San Diego architect Wallace Cunningham has an imposible-looking design and appears to have been built right into the mountainside. It's composed of staggering layers of floor-to-ceiling expanses of glass juxtaposed with concrete. The home's spectacular views overlook the Torrey Pines State Reserve and stretch for miles. Inside the unique abode you'll find four bedrooms, six bathrooms, a circular theater, glass elevator, underground garage and a rooftop fitness room along with several infinity pools. SEVERAL.
Although it isn't featured in the blockbuster films (and does not fit Stark's address of 10880 Malibu Point), many have drawn parallels between this home and the fictional Stark estate. But, one blogger for Fox News recently begged to differ, and reported why he doesn't think this is quite enough house for Tony. The home was, however, used for a VISA Black commercial and a very luxurious Calvin Klein ad, and we can see why.
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