” An ‘invisible’ mirror home hits the market for £15M – and it’s made entirely of GLASS”

An incredible "invisible" house made entirely of glass has been listed for sale.
The property, located in Joshua Tree, California, is made up of mirrors that reflect the rectangular building's surroundings.
Its reflecting surface disguises the home as it blends in seamlessly with the rocky desert landscape around it.

The three-bedroom property is certainly unique but it comes with a hefty price tag of £15million ($18m).
The home's futuristic design was reportedly inspired by the 2001 Sci-Fi classic A Space Odyssey.
It was commissioned by film producers Chris and Roberta Hanley – known for American Psycho and The Virgin Suicides – and was created by architect Tomas Orsinski.
The home sits on a massive 67 acres of land and offers 5,500 sq feet of interior space.

It's made from innovative heat-reflecting Solarcool glass which keeps the interiors temperate in the harsh desert weather and filters out harmful UV rays.
But three sides of the glass walls open up so that residents can also enjoy an indoor-outdoor living concept.
Inside, the home is just as sleek and modern, featuring a 100-foot heated indoor swimming pool next to a 224-square-foot projection wall designed for screening films.
The house has three bedrooms that each has its own en-suite bathroom, and the master bedroom follows the glass theme with a giant glass bed frame.
It also has a 5-star resort-inspired bath with a soaking tub, floating vanities, and rain shower.

Meanwhile, the bright white kitchen includes dual ovens, separate refrigerator and freezer storage, marble surfaces, and Miele, Sub Zero, and Wolf appliances anchored upon sleek concrete flooring.
The property has a Flos lighting system that creates radiant ambient lighting with options for different colours to fit the mood.

The lavish home is also made more sustainable with an eco-friendly foam roof and solar-electric system.
The striking building has appeared in a number of film projects and was featured on Netflix’s The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals, having previously been a luxury Airbnb stay with a nightly price of $2,500.

It is bordered by tranquil national parkland and a tortoise reserve and is located 10 minutes away from Joshua Tree’s downtown.
The property – which was featured on TopTenRealEstateDeals.com – is currently available with Aaron Kirman and Matt Adamo of AKG | Christie's International Real Estate.


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