You know what they say about people who live in glass houses. While the prospective owners of this Beverly Hills mansion will want to refrain from stones, they will have to be prepared to throw some major money around -- $14.995 million to be exact.
Six bedrooms, six-and-a-half-baths and 7,500 square feet don't come cheap, not to mention the fact that the house, which is situated on half an acre of land, was designed by one of the area's premier architects -- Ed Niles.
Built in 2009 (and listed the following year for $11.9 million), the glass-and-steel structure also features an elevator, parking for six and views from every room, of course.
Check out this architectural stunner in the slideshow below and head over to Realtor.com for more details.
CORRECTION: A previous version of this article stated that Ed Niles' glass house is located in Malibu. It is located in Beverly Hills.
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