Don’t get me wrong this a dream home for just about anyone, but if you own a handful of exotic or luxury cars, this caters even more to you. The house is located in West Bellevue, Washington. There’s only 2 bedrooms in the house, but he had a special made garage that has room for 20 cars, which explains the lack of real estate for bedrooms. Valued at $4 million, this is definitely a very special house.
When you can afford to have a custom built Star Wars-themed theater built in your house, you know you’ve made it. One lucky customer in Seattle recently had this amazing setup installed in his house. It’s designed to resemble the Death Star and is equipped with a lobby, automatic doors, and star field. The home-owner actually recruited Doug Chiang, the lead designer from the 2 of the Star Wars prequels, to design the theater. It doesn’t get more realistic than that. Take a closer look at the theater below.
This is quite the impressive home in Santa Barbara that was recently sold for just a shade over $10 mill. Located on 4 acres in a gated community between the Pacific Ocean and the Santa Ynez mountains, this home will offer you views for days. Don’t think that’s all though, the large estate boasts 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, media room, game room, and a guest suite. It’s really quite amazing.
You would think that having a house with rotating boxes that allow you to adjust for the weather would be the highlight of your pad. Nope, this place is filled with dopeness throughout, especially the downstairs pool. The Sharifi-ha House is located in Tehran, Iran. Glorious.
These rooftop photos that were taken in Paris honestly look like they could be paintings. Photographer, Michael Wolf, took these after moving to Paris from Hong Kong in 2008. Instead of capturing images of all the iconic landmarks around the city, he decided to focus on the dense rooftops surrounding the city. He currently has an exhibition on view at the Robert Koch Gallery in San Francisco.
There’s no doubt that you would rival Will Smith as the fresh prince with this amazing pad located in Bel-Air, Los Angeles. The place was designed by London-based firm, Quinn Architects. Amazing views, a tennis pool, and a great-looking infinity pool make for a very dope dwelling.
This place is just unreal. Literally, give me this penthouse as it lies & that’s all I need. That’s not too much to ask for, right? How sick is it that a sky garage that only takes 60 seconds to get from the lobby to your pad? Only $20 million, and it’s yours. Check the listing here.
This dude, Hal Jones, was recently on the show “Cool Pools” on HGTV, and what he was showing off is just insane. He quite literally transformed his backyard into his own private waterpark. Complete with a 30-person hot tub, lazy river, and built-in bar, this is quite the backyard oasis. Will definitely need to have something like this in my future dwelling.
South Africa based design firm, SAOTA, has done their fair share of luxury estates that will blow your mind. The Sprecher House is just another amazing pad under their belt. Located in Hangklip, South Africa, the Sprecher House was designed to create a holiday house inspired by the location’s indigenous surroundings. The house sits on a rocky peninsula that overlooks the sea & Hangklip mountain.
Life goal: Own a pad like this as a vacation home. This residence is located in Aspen, Colorado, and offers beautiful views of Aspen as well as Hunter Creek. The home boasts a whopping 9 bedrooms & 9 bathrooms, so you can take a whole crew when you head on vacation. Current list price is $14,900,000, which is a small price to pay for a luxury like this.
Tucked away from tourists and sitting behind a sign that reads “strictly no entrance beyond this point,” an abandoned shopping mall hides from view.
Last week on July 24th, Diamond Supply Co. celebrated their grand opening of the Diamond Skate Plaza in the Boyle Heights area of East Los Angeles. With help from Rob Dyrdek, Street League, and the City of Los Angeles, Diamond was able to make this project a reality. The skate plaza is open to the public now, and here’s a re-cap of the grand opening.
This split-level home in Hong Kong is one of the most futuristic pads I’ve seen. The entire house was remodeled to meet the owner’s specification of having the Ferrari on display in the middle of the house. There’s a total of 4500 square feet in the residence, and the extensive use of glass & steel is incredibly present.