This home takes the idea of “blending in with your surroundings” to a whole new level. Preciously perched on top of a mountain, the Malibu estate was put up for sale in February of this year. Don’t fall for the clever illusion; the home is made of polyurethane spray foam—typically used as insulation—to give the home a “stone-like” exterior designed to match the nearby rock formations.
Was this a design faux-pas? The one-bedroom, two-bathroom house boasts a unique space that sets it apart from ordinary houses. The whimsical estate features magnificent views of the Pacific Ocean and nearby mountains. The home’s cavernous rooms and megalithic columns give the home that stone-age appeal from our childhood that is oh-so-hard to resist.
Listed for: $3.5 million
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