Editor’s note: The following item is republished with permission of Realtor.com. See the original article: zOMG, This House is Cray! Kaleidoscope Home Lists in Agoura.
Rest assured, folks, you are not hallucinating. That’s a real house you see before your eyes, and it’s spectacular. Tucked away on a remote, hillside bluff in Agoura Hills, Calif., is a "kaleidoscope of vivid color" that apparently will have you feeling like "you’re at the top of a Mayan empire" in no time.
The listing description starts things off ever-so-eloquently by asking the obvious question: "Want to be transported from the Aztec Pyramids of the 16th Century, into a 23rd century architectural wonder?" Heck and yes. And really, people, for a list price of $1.95 million, the answer to that question is that obvious.
So, other than a Crayola Crayon box of color, what does this Salvidor Dali-esque, architectural mashup have to offer? Lots! Beyond the Kaleidoscope Home’s "7,200-square-feet of openness," there is a treasure trove of fine features and general cray-ness. For starters, acid-washed concrete floors and slate-wrapped pillars link one room to the next.
Then there’s a designated "intimate media area" and wine cellar with storage for up to 640 bottles. Don’t get me started about the zen-ful master suite, which will envelope you in tranquility, what with its combo indoor-outdoor master bath described as a "calm spa-like haven." And if those features weren’t enough to wet your whistle, sitting beneath a sculptural backyard offering to the Aztec gods is an infinity pool that transcends into the surrounding canyon. Cray!
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