$13 Million Modern Masterpiece Featured in the 2001 Film ‘The Glass House’ Lists in Malibu

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$13 Million Modern Masterpiece Featured in the 2001 Film ‘The Glass House’ Lists in Malibu

12815 Yellow Hill Rd, Malibu, CA 90265

Perched on the top of a mountain overlooking Leo Carrillo State Park with sweeping ocean and canyon views from every room, this modern masterpiece was designed and built over a period of 4 years by architects George Wittman and Hagy Belzberg. Completed in 1998, the 7,000+ square foot architectural residence made its screen debut in the 2001 thriller The Glass House. While the home was prominently featured in the film, interior sets were created by production designer Jon Gary Steele. The house sits on 32 acres with two security gates, a detached guest house, parking for up to 20 cars, surrounded by state park land. Currently on the market for nearly $13 million, the real interiors include walls of glass providing sweeping panoramic views of majestic mountains and the vast expanse of the ocean beyond, a versatile gallery space currently used as a showroom, an office, and a total of 5 bedrooms & 5 bathrooms. The property had previously been on the market as much as $15 million in 2021.

The Glass House (Poster)



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