Ed Niles’ Henman House Serves Up Sublime Malibu Views

Set atop a large promontory in Malibu Canyon, CA, this chromed-out boxcar design by architect Ed Niles serves up views of the Santa Monica Mountains and beyond.
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Known as the Henman House, the glass-and-steel masterpiece has become somewhat of an architectural icon in Malibu over the years, making cameo appearances in various films and television shows—with its celebrity status extending as far as a Britney Spears’ music video.
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Built in 1993, the distinctive structure lives up to its pop-star status with a 5,904-square-foot floor plan that features open spaces, soaring glass and polished modern interiors.
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In addition to the rows of windows in its outside walls, the Henman House’s sunlit spaces are brightened by uniquely designed skylights that run through the center of the home.
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Amenities befitting rock star royalty include an underground studio, two-sided fireplaces, and an underground garage.
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Outside, the luxury experience extends to a large guest house, a private helipad and a lap pool pointing out toward the coast.
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The home last changed hands in 2003 for just $3.5 million, according to Curbed. However, you will need a bit more than that now, if you’re interested. After hitting the market in May 2013 for $7.995 million, the Henman House has seen an uptick in price of nearly $1.2 million. Malibu’s architectural wonder currently lists for $9.2 million.
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Marc Silver of Sotheby’s International Realty has the listing.

This article was originally published by Neal J. Leitereg on realtor.com. To see the original article and more photos, click here.

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