Set on 2.6 acres in one of the wealthiest cities in the U.S., this L-shaped high-tech home was built in 2010 by Lencioni Construction and designed by noted firm Swatt-Miers. It went on the market with a tag price of $19.8 million but sold for $17.5M two years later, after improvements were made.
Sprawled on 107,593 square-foot private property, this 3-story luxury mansion measures 9,308 square foot and includes 5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths. Reportedly the owner has plans to build a guest home and exercise room on the grounds. Among fabulous features are excellent materials African walnut, Honduran mahogany, Terrazzo flooring with recycled bottle glass and mother of pearl, light fixtures, 60 solar panels, and iPhone/iPad control systems and high-end kitchen appliances, all of which are perfectly blended in the magnificent mountainous resort-like setting.
Amenities include pool, spa, barbecue area, separate guest/office quarters, playground, attached garage and sprawly level lawn. The open space concept of the interior allows for sizeable living space through the elimination of traditional walls and doors. The light-flooded interior is enhanced by the glass walls all around the house. The views are gorgeous.