Curvy Glass House by Ed Niles

Topping a half-acre promontory on Loma Linda Drive is this curving glass-and-steel contemporary, which mesmerizes with a see-through circular design and jetliner views of Beverly Hills.

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The unique modern home is the work of modernist Malibu architect Ed Niles, who knows a thing or two when it comes to combining prime vantage points with architectural gems (see: The Henman House).

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The Beverly Hills house, built in 2009, frames walls of blue glass in ribbed steel to create the home’s foundation while encompassing a central courtyard and infinity pool. The six-bedroom, six-and-a-half-bath example of architecture boasts a whopping 7,500 square feet, an elevator, views from every room and parking for six.

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Niles’ architectural gem previously came to market in 2010 for $11.9 million. However, in a sign that the luxury real estate market is well on its way to recovery, the modern home with architectural pedigree now asks a cool $14.995 million.
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Tamar Youssefian of Coldwell Banker California Moves has the listing.

This article was originally published by Neal J. Leitereg on Realtor.com. For more photos and the article source, click here.

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