New listing: 23rd Century Aztec pychedelic pyramid hilltop estate

Mayans and Aztecs are the new black and now it’s only $1,949,000 for the Aztec/Mayan psychedelic pyramid estate of your dreams, right here in Pocho Estates (A Gated Community.)   Here’s the listing and a mini photo gallery:

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR EXCITEMENT? Want to be transported from the Aztec Pyramids of the 16th Century, into a 23rd century architectural wonder? A monumental sculpture moves from one end of the infinity pool to the other, like Aztec steps leading to an array of futuristic marvels. As you float in this pool, youre at the top of a Mayan empire, surrounded by mountains. Its just you & nature.The first floor is 6700 square feet of openness,with a kitchen floating in the middle, awash in rich wood cabinets, and a breakfast area with four huge windows,all facing those magnificent mountains. Acid washed concrete floors link each area, interspersed with slate-wrapped pillars. Both the living area and master bedroom boast a 4-sided fireplace, wrapped in Italian tiles. Enter the foyer topped of corrugated metal to an intimate media area hosting a wall of wine (WOW) storage area, with room for 640 bottles. Move from the party area, with bar & pool table, to a lounge, which curves into a dining area, which echoes a more private conversation cornereach spot curving into the next. The master bedroom offers a calm spa-like haven,overlooking pool and mountains. The indoor-outdoor master bath is tiled with thousands of iridescent glass, the same shade as the water of the pool. A curving staircase with sculptured railing leads to the second level, with two more bedrooms and ensuite bathrooms. Welcome to the ultimate “party house.” This home captures your architectural senses and welcomes you to succumb to its power.

Hat-tip LA.Curbed. Com


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