This breathtaking modern estate is located at 172 Bell Canyon Road in Bell Canyon, CA and is the perfect entertainer’s home/bachelor pad. It is situated on 2.78 hilltop acres and was built in 2007. It boasts 10,327 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, joint living room and dining room with unique fireplace, modern gourmet kitchen, 2-story great room with wall of glass and double sided fireplace, billiards room, 2nd floor lounge area, home theater, one lane bowling alley and more. The spectacular outdoor oasis boasts a swimming pool with spa and grotto, numerous waterfalls and fountains, a huge outdoor kitchen, fireplace, lounge area with hanging chairs and a raise entertaining space. It is listed at $3,995,000.

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  • Orlando

    LOVE IT LOVE IT LOVE IT!!! its so damn sexy!!!!




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  • Charlie

    Very nice and fashionable. And that means this house is soon to be ugly. I wonder if children are allowed in this house.




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  • Chance

    As many of you know, modern/contemporary is by far my favorite type of house. I do really like this one, but it comes across as maybe too “laboratory-ish”. It’s just a bit to industrial and not warm enough for me.




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  • Daniel

    Hate it. Although I have to admit, $4 million does seem like a very good deal. I take it Bell Canon isn’t exactly a great place compared to other parts of CA?




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    • Mahalo2

      Bell Canyon is actually a super-exclusive guard-gated community near Calabasas and Hidden Hills in the Los Angeles suburbs. This place is located in a bad location within Bell Canyon: It’s on Bell Canyon’s busiest street, has no views (most of the houses have outstanding city and state wilderness park views), a tiny lot with no room to add a tennis court, etc, is very close to the neighbors, has no privacy, etc etc. The were other lots available at the time of this mansion’s construction that were way better, the builder/owner went on the cheap and bought the cheapest lot possible and it’s a shame. To date May of 2016) this mansion has still not been sold!




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  • Grrrowler

    It’s too sterile, too cold, and completely impractical. One thing out of place in any room, and the whole decorative effect in that room is ruined. In it’s current decorative state, it can’t be lived in. In picture 25 on the “more pictures” site, there are wires from the AV components running to the floor and they stand out like crazy. That’s what will happen to every room after someone moves in, especially if the new owners have kids. I do like the pool area, although the chain swings/bar seats/medieval torture devices by the bar are a bad idea; I’m sure it’ll be more than a challenge to stay in those after a few glasses of white zinfandel at the bar.




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  • Mak

    I think it has appeal, but for a certain kind of person Grrrowler.

    Someone who is:
    A neat freak; a control freak with a playful streak.
    Someone who is interested in a minimalist environment.
    Someone who has no children, nor will ever have them.
    Someone who likes others to do their work for them.
    Someone who loves color, and yet only in little bursts.
    Someone who is more into form over function.

    Its certainly not my kind of place, but there are people out there who will find this very appealing.

    Since it doesn’t have a koi pond, its off my radar.




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    • Tiara

      This completely describes the owners!




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  • LE

    The outdoor entertaining area is amazing. Defiintely designed for a specific demographic that appreicates this minimalist approach. I don’t like to trash talk these postings too much but the kitchen and much of the furniture is probably very expensive but to me it looks like it came from Ikea.




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  • NOVA Ben

    This is definitely one of those homes that I thoroughly enjoy, but will do so from a distance. Couldn’t live in one of these, not in a million years, but I always find it a treat to explore virtual tours of them. This place is certainly impractical, as Grrrowler said, would be impossible to keep clean, would be uncomfortable to live in, and so on and so forth. BUT, it’s marvelous as a kind of walk-through sculpture. And I do love that outdoor recreation area.

    At this price, it must be in the middle of nowhere.

    Interesting for what it is.




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  • Venom

    I love it and the price seems suspiciously cheap for California.




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