This modern residence was designed by Jeffrey & Rochelle Mills of Mills Studio and completed in 2007. It is made up of two unique glass and steel boxes perched in and cantilevered from a series of exposed poured concrete walls. It boasts 9,385 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, large living room with retracting glass walls, floating formal dining room, two gathering rooms, gourmet kitchen, home theater, bar area, gym and a massage room. Outdoor spaces include an enclosed garden, outdoor living room, cantilevered decks, swimming pool and an open sky terrace. It is listed at $10,800,000.

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  • Daniel

    Bare metal. Bare concrete. Complete lack of style, elegance, warmth or sophistication. Yup, I’ll pass.




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    • Kenny Forder

      Haha oh Daniel =P




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    • Kenny Forder

      Don’t you love the palm trees though?! haha. I also really like the use of the brick. It adds some character and texture to the inside, instead of just all white walls.




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      • Daniel

        The whole thing just reminds of a 9,000+ sq ft desk. Seriously, my office desk looks like a fun-sized version of this “house.”




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  • John

    Nothing a few kostabi’s wouldnt fix! 😉




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  • Grrrowler

    I would gladly offer $1,000,000 for this place. Oh, wait…I obviously missed an extra zero. The location overlooking the reservoir is great, but the house itself is not impressive.




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  • C

    Location is horrible- On a cul-de-sac surrounded by 60’s tract homes. It’s cool that it overlooks the reservoir but the neighborhood can’t support this priced house. Also, it sold in 2007 for $8.48m… the height of the market.

    This is also the house that was blab all over TMZ and tabs the Ashton Kutcher was supposedly about to buy a couple months back.




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  • Charles

    Thought this was the house Ashton Kutcher just bought!!!!!!




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  • Joejoe509

    WAY too modern for my personal tastes. But on the bright side, this avoids being a bland pasty white like some modern homes. I like the use of wood and stone for accents. I’m not fond of the metal beams, though. This just feels like a corporate retreat or a fancy rental property. That’s not a bad thing… it’s nice… I just wouldn’t be comfortable here.




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  • Iemand91

    Difficult one, it depends on the photo whether I like it or not:
    Picture # 3 7 8 I like.
    Picture #1 2 4 5 I don’t like.

    The view is amazing, but the price is steep…




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  • Asger

    … and a video tour of the place, courtesy of LXTV:

    http://lxtv.com/openhousela/video/10716




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