This home is a contemporary architectural masterpiece designed by Laguna Beach Architect Horst Noppenberger. It features 1-1/2 foot thick curved board-formed concrete walls, curved and angled details wherever you look, and dramatic floor-to-ceiling glass windows throughout the open floorplan to enjoy breathtaking views up the north coast to the Palos Verdes Peninsula and serene city lights below. Each of the home’s 3 levels serves a separate function. The first has an oversized, high-ceilinged 2-car garage and a laundry room. The second features 2 bedrooms, both with en suites, a chef’s dream kitchen with a Thermador freezer and refrigerator, a 6-burner stove, an island with a vegetable sink, and an open layout, and the living and dining rooms, which are characterized by the built-in 10-seat glass dining table, a warm fireplace, and a free-standing steel staircase. The third level is dedicated to the master suite, which boasts a free-standing fireplace and a master bathroom you’ll have to see to believe, featuring a soaking tub and a huge glass-enclosed shower, both with multi-million dollar views. Some additional amenities include an elevator to all levels, a video surveillance system, and 3 water purification systems: electromagnetic, salt water softener by Ecowater, and a reverse osmosis system. Built into the hillside with 48 caissons, all of which are sunk into bedrock and tied together with steel cables, the home was built to be impervious to any natural disaster.