Razor House La Jolla
Photo credit: Sam Chen | Laleh and Niloo Monshizadeh | Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
Sleek and stylish, the Razor House, located in La Jolla, California, was designed by architect Wallace E. Cunningham with the main theme centering around white concrete and stainless steel, while expansive glazing offers breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean. The cantilevered mansion sits atop a cliffside near the Torrey Pines State Park.



The living space spans 10,653-square-feet and features a circular living room, two full kitchens, a library, a billiards / game room and numerous geometric terraces overlooking the Pacific Coast. There’s even a rooftop terrace that boasts a swimming pool and an outdoor kitchen.

Razor House
Razor House
A high-tech automation system comes standard with the home, allowing you to control music, video, lighting, and even the shade system using an iPad. Whether if you’re a billionaire, super villain, or just won the lottery, this home is sure to not disappoint.

Razor House
Razor House
Other features include stone and walnut floors to give the entire living space a cozy feeling. As for sleeping areas, there are four main bedrooms with two being master suites and then an additional 1,300-square-foot detached guesthouse.

Razor House
Razor House
Have a large supercar collection? Yes, there’s even a massive underground parking garage that looks large enough to store at least a dozen vehicles safely and securely. One caveat: it’ll cost you $30-million.

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