Celebrity Homes

California’s ‘Invisible House’ hits the market

The ‘Invisible House,’ situated on 60 remote acres of land bordering Joshua Tree National Park in the Mojave Desert, is now available for purchase at an asking price of US$18 million.

The mirrored glass and steel-framed structure, which resembles a 22-storey skyscraper resting on its side and gives rise to the Invisible House moniker, offers 508sq m of minimalist living space, according to The Dirt.

Photo: Brian Ashby

The Invisible House is currently owned by Chris Hanley — a film producer whose works include American Psycho and The Virgin Suicides.

Features include an indoor pool, three bedrooms, four bathrooms, a sleek eat-in kitchen, and a spacious living room/lounge area with sliding glass doors.

The home has also been featured on the Netflix series The Most Amazing Vacation Rentals and is a favourite of high-profile celebrities.

Photo: Brian Ashby

Designed by architect Tomas Osinski in collaboration with Mr Hanley, the property is highly sustainable, complete with eco-friendly features such as Solarcool Glass exterior, foam roof, solar panels, and whole-house Halo water-filtration system.

The home also boasts a small ecological footprint and a prefab guesthouse on the property.

The listing is represented by Aaron Kirman and Matt Adamo of AKG|Christie’s International Real Estate.

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