The 2009 home is offered for sale at $6.8m via Derek and Michelle Luczyski of Deasy Penner Podley and comprises a trio of pitched volumes that look like interconnected barns.
Milky translucent glass diffuses light across the Pasadena property’s 5,800 sq ft living spaces, including the living room with its 22-ft-high timber ceiling and floor-to-ceiling monolithic fireplace.
Textures continue in the kitchen, where there’s an oversized marble island with a ‘waterfall edge’. Elsewhere, glass pocket-door peel back to the outdoor terraces.
Bedrooms are located on the main level, including the primary suite with its spa-style bathroom and soaking tub. Two bedrooms have hidden staircases that access ‘secret’ attic playrooms on the upper level, and a separate guesthouse pavilion is also located on the property.
Its 0.47-acre grounds include an ‘amphitheatre’ like saltwater swimming pool and terraces and drought-resistant planting – installed as part of an efficiency upgrade, alongside a tankless water heater, whole-house solar system and LED lighting.