You know what they say about people who live in glass houses right?
Well, those who decide to take up residence in this glass home located at on Loma Linda in Beverly Hills won’t likely have much to criticize, except for maybe those who’ve likened their new abode to a “salad spinner.”
Designed by Malibu-based architect Ed Niles, the curvaceous crib is currently renting for a dizzying $59,000 a month. Along with its 6 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms, the property also features an infinity pool and “hypnotizing” city, ocean and greenbelt views from every direction. It’s also being pegged as an excellent pad for events and filming.
The home, however, is not quite as famous as Nile’s “Henman House” in Malibu that covers 14 acres and includes a helipad, driving range and has been used as a set for a number of films. That home was listed for sale last year with a $9.2m price tag, the same amount you’d spend renting the salad spinner for a little over a year.