A one-of-a-kind property with three unique structures has hit the market for $9.8 million. The Red Hot Chilli Peppers bassist, Flea (his real name is Michael Balzary), is the seller, reports Dirt.
The 5.7-acre desert property just outside Los Angeles features a two-bedroom, one-bathroom, midcentury-style house that was built by famed architect Richard Neutra in the early 1950s. The stylish 1,350-square-foot dwelling is made mostly of glass, with a stone fireplace and built-in furniture including a sliding breakfast nook as well as a sofa that features a record player and speakers.
This would be appealing enough for most architecture lovers, but not far from the Neutra house is a larger, dramatic, seven-sided pad that was built by AD100 architect Michael Maltzan and resembles a spaceship. Some sides are white and windowless while others are made completely of glass, and all of them surround an open-air courtyard at the center of the home. A small addition juts out from the heptagon shape, and in between the two sections of the house, there is a window looking out from a subterranean room. Interior photos show light wood floors and concrete elements throughout the space, and a the primary suite features a particularly unique bathroom, with a blue curved tile wall around the shower and a skylight above it.