Los Angeles mansion designed to resemble an airplane propeller is coming on the market for $56 million.
By virtue of its propeller design, the 18,800 square feet Los Angeles cliff side house is comprised of three wings, extending from a central column upon the cliff top. Five bedrooms are on the upper floor, while another four are in a separate guest quarters. The living spaces are on the ground level, and the wellness area is on the lower level.
Amenities include a wine room that fits around 1,000 bottles, a cedar sauna, a home theater, a gym and an automation system that allows the lights, air conditioning, televisions, sound and motorized sliding doors to be controlled via touch panels. There is also an outdoor kitchen, two outdoor fire pits and an LED-lit pool and spa.
The stylish structure was built by architect Zoltan Pali, whose other high-profile projects including restoring the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood and the Getty Villa in Pacific Palisades.