Crazy Malibu Mansion with Hand-Carved Glowing Stone Walls

Crazy Malibu Mansion with Hand-Carved Glowing Stone Walls

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(waves crashing) (gentle music) - Malibu. 27 miles of scenic beauty and some of the most expensive real estate in the world. (dramatic music) Few people in the world get the opportunity to see inside of this exclusive collection of homes. And today, you are one of them.

We just finished touring this $58 million Malibu modern mansion, and it is unlike anything we have ever seen before. It's design elements, architectural lines, textures, details, it's one of a kind, and I'm really excited to show it to you. We've toured a lot of homes in Malibu, but we've never seen anything quite like this. An incredible selection of stone walls throughout, an insane interior courtyard with a waterfall. I've never seen a home with a central courtyard like this before.

This place is so amazing that the listing agent had to come out and watch us shoot this episode. - Enes, welcome home. - [Enes] So much to talk about. - The house was all done by a feng shui master. This is tropical, modern zen with the most insane views. It honestly makes my head explode.

- It makes me sick. Gourmet kitchens. Dolby Atmos theater.

- You got the waves with all the surfers. Look at that surfer right there. - An eight-car garage and so much more. But you just have to stick around and see it for yourself.

It's always so fun to come to Malibu. It makes me question my life. Let's check out this house. On the street level, we have the gates opening up to the driveway with this bluestone and turf pattern. And this curved driveway brings you to the entry of this home.

Property looks stunning. Landscaping looks incredible. They have brought over 5,000 plants and trees to bring life to this estate and I'm speechless. It looks like a tropical oasis.

- [Mikey] Yeah, I was getting drone shots earlier. It literally looked like a jungle with the ocean in the background. It looked insane. - Palm trees, hedging, water features. We have the first water feature on my right-hand side. And in case you were wondering, we have the first four-car garage here.

And this staircase actually takes you to the roof of the garage where you have additional parking. We have beautiful cars here, Mercedes, Rolls Royce. I'm assuming that's a Jeep. - [Mikey] Some crazy custom Jeep. - Looks very cool. And on the other side, we have additional four-car garage that is attached to the main home.

Now, I wanna bring everybody's attention here to the estate. Architecture of this home is so amazing. We have this cantilevered section above me that is the second floor balcony facing the front of the home. Underneath this cantilevered section, we have this unique lighting installation that lights up the entry of this home.

Bluestone walkway transitions into a glass bridge. And then we have the glass pivot door taking you to the entry. Two water features. And within the water features, we also have fire features. On the right-hand side, we have this beautiful water wall that creates this amazing sound and sets the tone for the entry of this home. Now, if you look at the house from the exterior, it has travertine and composite wood on the exterior facade.

Above the roof, we have 180 solar panels, which I'll talk about later. Entire home is ICF concrete, meaning it's reinforced concrete all the way to the roof. So this is a bulletproof structure, and I'm really excited for this tour. Now, let's continue.

We have the glass bridge here, and the glass pivot door takes us to the entry of this home. This is without a doubt one of the most impressive entries we have ever seen in any home. 25-foot high ceiling. We have a massive skylight assembly bringing a ton of natural light. Then you have these motorized sliding glass doors opening up to the central courtyard, which we'll check out in a bit.

This is the bridge that takes you to the guest wing, which is on the right-hand side. And on the second floor, we have these dragon onyx slabs that are all bookmatched and backlit. And I'm sure this entry looks incredible at night.

I haven't seen this property at night, but I've seen the photos of it, and I'm really excited for our night tour. Now, before we continue, I wanna talk about the specs of this property. We have six bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, approximately 17,000 square feet of interior space. Again, house was recently completed. It's on a one-acre gated lot on the market for $58,808,000. And I wanna give big thanks to the listing agents, especially Rayni, Branden, and Tony for making this tour possible.

I'm so excited for this video. - [Mikey] Yeah, it's incredible. I don't know if we've ever had a full-sized water feature. And what would you even call this behind you? - Central courtyard. - [Mikey] Central Courtyard.

It's like the jungle theme continues. - It's amazing. You have true floor-to-ceiling motorized sliding glass doors. Amazing indoor-outdoor continuity.

And this space, this central courtyard, brings so much natural light to the first floor of this home. Then you have a koi pond right in the center. And this koi pond actually continues to the side of the property where you have a dedicated walkway taking you from front of the home all the way to the backyard. I also really appreciate that they've dressed that walkway with more water features.

Then on this side, we have this bluestone carved stone wall with another water wall. Natural light coming in. Recessed lights. More stone figures. Small seating area on the other side, palm trees, landscaping.

This is incredible. I've never seen a space like this before. And it gets better. If you follow the walkway, it takes you directly to the living room.

Amazing. - [Mikey] And the ocean views. - Just incredible.

- [Mikey] We'll get there in a second. - All right, let's continue our tour. Back to the entry. Travertine floors. Ton of natural light coming in. Vertical oak wood slats. And then we have this hallway taking us to the kitchen and some of the other common areas.

Now, we have this concealed door here opening up to the four-car garage that is attached to the home. Then on this side, we have this samurai armor. And on the back, we have these reflective panels. On top, we have a backlit onyx stone. And if you looked at this art installation from a certain angle, you can see the reflection of Buddha, which is on this side.

It's a bluestone carving. And it's crazy how they positioned the column here and this opening perfectly. And then they placed this samurai armor here. Pretty cool.

- [Mikey] Seems like some kind of statement for war and peace right there. I don't know, but... - Message here is too deep for me to understand. It just looks really cool. - [Mikey] We have a walkthrough to do. Actually, when I was looking through the photos before we came here, this was the one thing that stood out to me as being like totally original.

But I guess it kinda reflects like partially the style of the home a little bit. - Japanese, feng shui. - [Mikey] Yeah, exactly. - Absolutely.

And this samurai armor reminds me the figurehead I saw in the watch that I really wanna buy, the Richard Mille watch. The video that I showed you. - [Mikey] To explain to the audience, Enes is obsessed with this one watch that Richard Mille makes.

They have a great YouTube channel if y'all haven't seen it. It's really high quality. - [Enes] Yeah, their production is insane. - [Mikey] Yeah, they have really good production. But the whole thing is a samurai watch.

- One day. - [Mikey] And it's a quite expensive watch, I'm assuming. - It is quite expensive. One day, I'll get it. Hopefully.

- [Mikey] Yeah. - All right, let's continue our tour. So hallway, travertine floors.

Again, we have oak wood slats. There's a small seating area on my left-hand side. But first, I wanna take everybody here.

Kitchen, formal dining area, but let's go straight to the living room. I really like the seating arrangement here with these Mah Jong sectional couches. They're from Roche Bobois, and they just give such a colorful feel to this room. Then on the walls, we have these onyx slabs that are backlit. And again, I'm sure this room is gonna look incredible at night. On my left-hand side, we have a 3,000-gallon saltwater aquarium.

And through the aquarium, you can actually look into your formal dining area. Then on the right-hand side, we have this linear fireplace cozying up the space. But more importantly, right behind Mikey, we have motorized sliding glass doors opening up to these breathtaking views. You have your 95-foot infinity edge pool. Ocean breeze coming in.

And to make the space even better, we have more motorized sliding glass doors opening up the central courtyard to the living room. That way, you have this airflow coming in. Great energy throughout the house. Look at the backdrop behind me. This is incredible. - [Mikey] It's wild. I feel like- - I'm in awe.

- [Mikey] I feel like you did a a little bit of an injustice to talking about this place at night. So around Enes, all these walls are backlit, which you said. But this house at night, it's especially insane. It's especially crazy, you know? - And let me add to that, so if you go around the property, you'll realize that you can hardly find any chandeliers or bulky light fixtures.

The developer here went with these recessed-in light fixtures. Then he also put obviously recessed spotlights. But more importantly, he really lit up the space through these backlit stone walls. And that's pretty much majority of your lighting at night. - [Mikey] Yeah.

- And that's why this property has such a unique feel at night that I'm really excited to share with everyone. - [Mikey] Yeah, almost every single stone that you'll see in this house is backlit. Almost every stone.

- Almost every single stone. - [Mikey] The bluestone is not. Every other stone, yeah. - Correct. All right, let's continue our tour. Now, let's take everybody to the formal dining room.

Beautiful table setup. Seating for 16. I really like the these custom suede leather chairs. Table is solid wood with this epoxy finish. Cutlery, details, accessories.

Room looks very exquisite. We have this planter wall detail on this side creating some separation between the formal dining room and the kitchen, but you can still see through it. Then on this side, we have the aquarium. What a nice feature. And I was just imagining.

You sit down here. You're having an amazing meal. You have all these incredible finishes. You have a plant wall behind you. You're looking through an aquarium where you have the living room on the other side with a fireplace. Then you have the Pacific Ocean here.

Overwhelming, like- - [Mikey] Not to mention like, you're probably gonna be having dinner at night. I don't wanna overkill the night thing, but this is also really cool at night, according to the photos. And we'll see it in a little bit. - Absolutely. What an amazing room.

And I also wanna mention we have travertine throughout the first floor. And, entire first floor has radiant heating. And on the second floor, I believe they have in-floor heating for the bathrooms.

Now, before we go toward the kitchen, I actually wanna take everybody this way. This is the first staircase that takes you up to the second floor of this home. Another massive skylight. Look at the living wall here. This is incredible. So much light and so much life in this home. And these living walls have their own irrigation system as well.

Super cool. Now, I wanna take everybody to the lounge. U-shaped sectional couch. You have the ottoman. And on top, they dropped this stone-fabricated coffee table. Creates a beautiful contrast.

You have your projector on the other side. Built-in speaker. Wood-clad ceilings and walls. And on this side, we have a beautiful backlit onyx wall with built-in cabinetry around it. And the drawer fronts have this fluted finish. And I've never seen this finish before till this house. In fact, developers showed me this morning.

Mikey, can we get a closeup? You can see how it's so smoothly curved between each gap. So apparently, that's why it's called fluted. So I learned it today, and I wanna share it with all of you.

Very cozy room. And if you wanna get away from the rest of the house and hide here a little bit, it's a great spot. - [Mikey] For sure. - Now, let's go back to the hallway again. On my left-hand side, we have the elevator. This concealed door opens up to a beautiful powder room.

Same oak slats that we've been seeing throughout. They have it also in this room. Then you have this massive solid onyx pedestal sink, and I love how they worked the cabinetry around the sink as well. Backlit onyx that goes all the way into this water closet. This is incredible. I mean, look at the stonework in this house.

And all the wood paneling that we're gonna see, the contrast, finishes, these natural textures. It's pretty stunning. Welcome to the kitchen. I can honestly say I have never seen a minimalist kitchen design like this before. I mean, where do I begin? The stone fabrication here with the islands. Then you have the main cabinetry behind me with the fluted finish.

And within the cabinetry, there's also these design elements and the pattern here. Mikey, I don't know if you can see it. It's so minimalist, but at the same time, you have so many different color variations and veins with the stones.

Bar seating on this side. Additional bar seating on the other side as well. And because this entire island is stone fabricated, these drawers also have stone fronts.

And that's why they have motorized hardware underneath them. So when you push, they kick out. - [Mikey] So I guess they're probably pretty heavy because they have stone attached to them, right? - Absolutely. - [Mikey] Yeah. - And I don't know how the developer here managed to solve this problem, but even within the cabinetry, you have backlighting. So the engineering that goes into designing an island like this, making it look simple and clean while having all of this functionality, it's pretty incredible.

- [Mikey] Yeah and I think everything in this kitchen is more or less hidden from the eye. Like, I assume these are refrigerators next to us, right? - Let's see. - [Mikey] You knew that was there. Let's be- - Yeah, of course I do. This is where we have the wine fridge.

I just wanted to show you. - [Mikey] You said, "Let's see." - Well, I was just excited to show it to everyone.

And again, you have all the paneled cabinetry here. Fridge, freezer on this side. Before we continue, I wanna actually take everybody this way. This is where we have the chef's kitchen. Commercial appliances. Gas stove here. Bluestone countertops as well as the backsplash.

And I really like this offset design here with the backsplash, sink, dishwasher. Massive picture window looking to the side of the property. And it's nicely hidden because we have a concealed door here or concealed panel. That way, when you close this, you don't even know that you have a chef's kitchen on this side.

Now, more built-in appliances, all Gaggenau. Then we have additional base cabinetry here. And before I start talking about the appliances, I wanna first focus on this massive picture window assembly facing the side of the home. We have some bamboo hedging here.

And this frame gives this kitchen a very zen and just cozy feel, you know? - [Mikey] Yeah, it's really nice. The bamboo kinda matches the theme, you know? - Absolutely. And on top of that, because we don't have any uppers here, it just makes the space a little bit more open and a little bit more relaxing. Now, let's talk about the appliances.

Gas burner, induction, charcoal grill, griddle. And I really like that these knobs are nicely recessed in to the stone front. Now, we have the main sink here, all stone fabricated with a dish rack. And then you have an additional sink on the island.

Overall, beautiful design. And I really appreciate the attention to detail that the developer, MKH Developments, put into this house. It definitely shows. Everywhere we walk, every stone we touch, and every frame we look, it just looks stunning. Now, let's talk about these motorized sliding glass doors.

They're thin profile, true floor to ceiling, and I really like the tracks are hidden and ceiling is flush. They have spent over $3.5 million just on windows and doors. Isn't that incredible? - [Mikey] Yeah, that's insane. And also, I don't know if you noticed this, but the switches for these doors are really unique.

They're really cool. - They're kinda industrial. - [Mikey] Yeah, for sure. (switches clicking) - There you go.

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(laid-back hip music) Views are fantastic. We have a few hundred people surfing down there. This is incredible. Weather is great. 95-foot infinity edge pool here. I'm excited for the backyard tour.

Now, let's start with the outdoor kitchen. Stainless steel appliances. You have a grill, pizza oven, gas stove, sink on this side, fridge down below. And this is the first outdoor seating area. Next to that, we have a built-in bar setup that is attached to the wall, and that section also lights up at night.

Now, let's talk about this 95-foot infinity edge pool. 20-feet wide, all mosaic clad. We have the hot tub here. Swim-up bar on this side with a beer tap.

Another sink. TV on this side. And the pool house comes with a full bathroom, which is located on the back. Overall, design of the pool is very contemporary, matches the house really well.

Then we have the turf section right in the center. Motorized sliding glass doors open up. Formal dining room and the living room area flow straight to the backyard and to these breathtaking views.

It's always so fun to come to Malibu. It makes me question my life. Mikey and I live quite into the city, meaning it takes us almost an hour to go to the beach. So I can't imagine living in a property like this and being able to just walk to the beach.

- [Mikey] Yeah, it's crazy. There's all these surfers out there like Enes said. The waves are actually pretty big today. - [Enes] Yes. - [Mikey] It's been about a decade since I surfed, so I don't really belong out there. But I know you'd probably do pretty good, you know? - I would love to be out there right now, but I'm also really excited that we're touring this property.

You know, we have a cool job. - [Mikey] Yeah. - All right, let's continue. Lounging chairs. I like this umbrella with a stone base. It has a single column. It just looks very elegant.

It matches the house well. And then it's not in the center of the pool, but on this side, we have this sunken seating area. Same Mah Jong sectional couches that we saw in the living room area. They have it also here. Fire pit in the center.

And it's a perfect height, meaning it's shallow enough that when you sit down, all you see is your infinity edge pool and the ocean views. It's really nice. All right, let's continue our tour. We have a Baja shelf here with lounge chairs. Even the retaining walls, look at all the stone carvings and details. You have two cabanas there.

And that's the walkway that I talked about earlier that can take you from the front of the home straight to your backyard without having to go through the house. It's a nice convenience to have. But even that walkway is so decked out with water features, stone steps, it's pretty impressive. Now, I wanna talk about the house for a second. It's a beautiful modern design. These two cantilevered sections are your primary bedroom balconies.

This house actually has two primary bedrooms. We have the first one on this wing, second one on the other side. And this section right here with these massive glass panes are your primary bathrooms and your walk-in closets. So I wanted to mention that, and we're gonna see those spaces in a bit. And what's so impressive about this house is the fact that it's all concrete.

Now, I wanna take a moment to explain how the developer here built this house because it's super cool. He used ICF walls, which are kinda like board-formed concrete walls that we always see in architectural homes. He used these forms to build walls. And within the forms, you have places to put your rebar. And once you form these walls, which have insulation on both sides, then you pour concrete on top.

So you have this very uniform or poured-in place wall that is so strong. And imagine building the entire property like that where you have insulation already in place, concrete and rebar in place. So it's super strong. And on top of that, the developer here went the extra length and he made the roof concrete as well.

And that wasn't enough for him. Then he also installed 180 solar panels on top. You can actually operate up to 80% of this home on the solar panels. How amazing is that? - [Mikey] We've heard of people building homes like this in really hurricane or storm-prone regions - Correct. - like Florida.

But Malibu, like maybe- - You don't need to. - [Mikey] Maybe like twice a year, you get a thunderstorm or three times a year, you know? - It's gotta be three to four times more expensive than traditional framing or steel structure. But this home, with the way it was built, will last you forever. It's so well insulated. And I mean, I saw some of the construction photos of this home.

It blew my mind away. The amount of concrete they poured, this house is not going anywhere. Amazing.

All right, let's continue our tour. We have additional motorized sliding glass doors here opening up to the bar area. Again, furniture looks beautiful. Built-in cabinetry. Dual elevation bar. Seating areas on this side complemented with a fireplace.

Again, onyx wall. And by the way, all the furniture is included with the sale of this home, so I wanted to mention that. Beautiful space flows straight to the outside. And actually, Mikey, can we go this way? I wanna show everyone this detail. I bet you don't know this. So we have the wine wall here.

(wine rack hums) - [Mikey] Oh, that's interesting. - Pretty cool, huh? - [Mikey] We saw something like this a long time ago, but it took the wine from the first floor- - In Hollywood Hills. - [Mikey] to the second floor, yeah. (wine wall door clunks) - Super cool detail.

And this is your bar. Again, fluted cabinetry. TV's nicely recessed in. They even fluted the stone that's around the TV. Everything looks very minimalist. We have some carved bluestone there.

Oak panel ceilings. Beautiful space. Now, let's continue. On this side, we have the entertainment room. I wanna first talk about this acrylic piano. I've never seen a musical instrument like this before. Goes really well with the house.

We get walls of glass facing the central courtyard. And that's why having that courtyard is so great. It allows all these rooms to get natural light during day. And at night or in the afternoon, you get an awesome view.

Looks very cool. - [Mikey] Yeah, it does. - Billiards table. Built-in seating. We have TV on the other side. Your poker table is here with a chandelier. Open shelving on the back. Additional seating there.

And this is the same water feature that we saw at the central courtyard, and that's why we have this glass bridge here taking us to the other side. This door opens up to a full bathroom. Beautiful marble floors that are bookmatched. And the same marble is also used for the walk-in shower. Vanity's around the corner. And we have an exterior door here, meaning this full bathroom also works as your pool bathroom since we have that connecting walkway here.

Now, on the other side, this is a really nice touch. Very spacious powder room with two water closets. We have the same backlit onyx wall also here, just like the other powder room that we saw earlier. Then you have a travertine sink or vanity design here with two sinks. Black fixtures. Oak paneling on the walls.

Really nice powder room. Now, let's go back to the hallway. These double doors open up to the movie theater. We have a small bar area here. Again, backlit onyx.

Fridge, sink, your popcorn and candy station. And we have this curtain opening up to the movie theater. Now, the design elements of this movie theater are very unique.

But how these different materials work together to create this unique ambiance here is so fascinating to me. I mean, where do I begin? You have backlit onyx. You have vertical wood slats behind these onyx panels. And then you have the same vertical wood paneling that goes all the way to the ceiling.

And then between these panels, you have this green carpet that is on the walls, on the ceilings for better acoustics. And all these different colors and textures coming together. Then you have cloud couches, ottomans, screen on this side. And as if that wasn't enough- - [Mikey] Not just a screen, though.

That's a pretty massive screen. - Well, this is a Dolby Atmos Surround Sound as well. - Really? - Yeah. - [Mikey] I love that.

- And lastly, we have this unique carpet. And somehow, it all works together and creates this unique experience. And I wanna say something about this carpet. This carpet was custom done for this room, and it reminded me of the artist, Mr. Doodle, the guy who painted his house in the UK. You know the house I'm talking about, right? - Yeah.

I've seen this guy going viral on TikTok and Instagram. He painted his car, his clothes, his house- - Everything. - [Mikey] in doodles more or less, yeah. - Yeah, it's pretty impressive. And these lines reminded me of him. And with that, we're done on the first floor.

Now, let's go check out the second floor. (cool trendy music) You develop homes, so you know how much work that goes into building a property like this. But there's obviously the finishes and the details of this home, and there's the whole concrete structure, ICF, rebar reinforced. It's fascinating to me that this developer took the time, had the resilience to go over for years to build it, design it, curate it, and put it all together.

What do you think? - It honestly makes my head explode- - It makes me sick thinking about it. - to think about this and the amount of money that it takes. It is so much money on the line. There's so much passion. MKH Developments, they did such a spectacular job, and they went so far and beyond.

And you will never see a home custom curated like this on this show or I think ever again. And it really is a one of a kind. And I know we say that with every house, but this is it. It's so special, this house. They did such a spectacular job.

- All right, everyone, let's go check out the second floor of this home. This is the living wall that we saw earlier. Skylight above. Vertical wood slats.

Ton of warmth. Hardwood floors. And I wanna first show everyone the screening room that we have on this level. Backlit coffee table. Seating area on this side. Again, a lot of warm wood tones. Then we have the projector here, built-in speakers.

Mikey, I think you know this, what they call these projectors that are like closer to the screen. - [Mikey] Short-throw projectors. I think they have the advantage that you don't have to actually mount anything on the wall. As you can see, the opposite side of this wall, they just have two little art pieces here instead of having a projector mounted to the ceiling. Anything like that just cleans up the space a little bit, you know? - I see.

Well, there you go. You learn something new every day. But we have the projector here. Sliding glass doors open up to a balcony that connects to your gym, which we'll see next. Overall, I like the landing here because you have massive glass panes looking down to your courtyard. And I'm sure with all the outdoor lighting, plants, everything, this space will look even better in the next few hours.

Now, let's continue our tour. We have a full bathroom here for the gym. Marble that they used for this bathroom looks stunning.

I mean, look at all the character, veins, and details. Then you have these like green sections almost out of this thing. - Flecks of green almost, yeah. - Insane. And then you have the shower in the center.

It actually goes to the other side where we have the steam room. And then you have your vanity here. Again, the same marble is also used for the countertop as well as the backsplash. Skylight above.

Spacious bathroom for the gym, which is located on this side. Sliding glass doors open up. It connects to the same balcony that I just mentioned. Hardwood floors. Again, a lot of wood tones. And I wanna say besides a few locations, they don't have any drywall in this house.

It's either stone, wood, or some sort of cabinetry. - Yeah. - That's why- - [Mikey] Or green carpet on the walls, you know? - That's right. That's right.

This is your gym. Treadmill. Tonal is attached to the wall. Spacious, gets great light.

Moving on. Now, right next to the bathroom that we just toured, we have the first laundry room. Washer, dryer.

Built-in cabinetry. You have a sink on the other side. Even the laundry room, I mean, look at the cabinetry here. Choice of marble, which is also used as a backsplash. Then it opens up to a balcony.

I don't know why you need to access the balcony from your laundry room, but you can in this house. You know what? Malibu has great weather. You can just leave the door open and get some fresh air.

Beautiful laundry room. Now, I wanna take everybody back to the landing. Again, massive glass panes looking down to the courtyard. Coming here, this is the walkway that we mentioned at the entry of this home. Glass railing.

Floor-to-ceiling glass windows looking down to the courtyard. Look at the dragon onyx that we have here. And I'm sure in a few hours with backlighting, this section is gonna look unbelievable. - [Mikey] Yeah, it's gonna be wild. - All right.

Mikey, I wanna show this detail real quick to everyone. We have a pocket door here because you can close off this section as your guest quarters. We have a few bedrooms here, living room, and a small kitchenette. And if you have guests, if you wanna create some separation, you can do that with this door. Coming in, I wanna show everyone the bedrooms first.

We have the first one here. Super cozy. Comes with a king size bed. Wood tones. Built-in cabinetry here. Room has a very warm feel to it, and I feel like color of the bed just makes it a little bit more soothing. Then you have sliding glass doors opening up to a very nice balcony.

And within the balcony, they have built-in planters to give additional privacy to this balcony. How cool is that? Then you have hedging on the other side, so you don't see the neighbor. All right. Now, this is a Jack-and-Jill setup, meaning there's a bathroom here shared by these two bedrooms.

And that's why we have two vanities here. Again, look at the marble, look at the finishes, details. So bespoke.

Then you have the walk-in shower on this side. Water closet here. Really nice bathroom. - [Mikey] You know what this house weirdly reminds me of? - What? - [Mikey] Monitor's Rest, the most expensive house in Ibiza.

- Oh wow, I can see that. - Yeah. Although the finishes are like not very similar or anything, it's almost just like the variety. - Approach. - [Mikey] The variety of design and like how solid everything feels. It's like that's one of my favorite homes ever. And you know, I think this falls up there for me also.

- I hear you. Well, I feel like that house had also unique furnitures and details and like- - [Mikey] It was all custom. - custom cabinetry, custom wall paneling.

I feel like this house is kinda like that. Each room has a design on its own. I mean, look at the color of the bed frame here. But I also like that some of the materials are same, meaning you have the oak slats, oak panel ceilings, cabinetry is uniform.

But you have these personal touches as well. - [Mikey] Yep, it's totally customized. - Without a doubt.

Now, sliding glass doors open up to the same balcony, but they have a divider wall in between these two bedrooms. So you get some additional privacy. And that's it for this bedroom. Now, I wanna take everybody here. Take this hallway.

Stacked washer and dryer. Sink setup here. Additional cabinetry. And this door opens up to the common area for the guesthouse. What I mean by common area is we have a small kitchen on this side. Seating area on the left. And this is a great space, and you can do so much with it because it has an outdoor staircase that comes up from the entry of this home to this level.

And since you have that pocket door where you can seal it off from the rest of the house, you can use this as an office. You can use this as a house for your house manager. - [Mikey] Totally detached guesthouse or staff quarters or anything. - And it's self-sustaining. It has its own kitchen. Seating area.

There's another full bathroom around the corner there. And it doesn't feel like it's a room that compromises from the rest of the house because you have a front-facing balcony, you still get amazing views, you have all this volume. It's pretty impressive. - [Mikey] Yeah, and I have to say, I'm gonna take the camera off of you for a second. For some reason, I really like this gas range they have right here. - [Enes] Oh, I thought you were talking about the view.

- [Mikey] No, something about this gas range. Like when we see smaller ones, typically they just, they don't feel customized or anything. This has a cool look to it for me. - There you go. Mikey liked it.

I mean, it looks good. Look at these views. You have an amazing balcony here. Again, outdoor staircase. Personally, this part of the home makes a lot of sense for me because you can do so much with it. Now, I wanna take everybody back to the second floor staircase so we can continue our tour on this wing. We have three bedrooms here, two primary bedrooms and this bedroom on this side.

Let's go have a quick look. Pivot door opens up. King size bed. I really like this padded back wall that continues all the way to the ceiling. Same warm wood tones are also here. Built-in cabinetry with backlighting. Sliding glass doors open up to a private balcony.

And I really appreciate that each one of the bedrooms that we have on this level have their own balcony, so I wanted to mention that. Now, of course, this room comes with its own bathroom. Starts here. Walk-in shower on my right-hand side and another natural stone vanity.

Fabrication looks gorgeous. Beautiful cabinetry. We have the water closet around the corner. And this bathroom also comes with a skylight.

Now, I wanna take everybody back to the landing or back to the hallway so we can check out the first primary bedroom suite. By the way, we have the elevator landing here. Can we talk about this massive interior pivot door for a second? Some of the interior doors weigh up to 500 pounds. Interior doors. They have steel frames, even though they're clad with wood slats.

They're actually like industrial-grade interior doors. - [Mikey] How tall are these ceilings too? Are these like 12-foot ceilings? - I believe on this level it's 10-foot-six and down below it's 11-foot-six. - [Mikey] It's a tall door.

- Without a doubt. All right, come on in. First, let's show this side to everyone.

They have a really nice coffee bar here with a fridge, sink, all this cabinetry, window facing this side. And then I wanna show everyone the bedroom, which is incredible. Fireplace. Backlit stone.

Textures here. King size bed. Look at the back paneling behind the bed with all these different fabrics and designs. And I gotta show this detail to you, Mikey. You ready?

Instead of bedside table lights, - [Mikey] Uh-hmm? (switch clicks) Oh wow. I should have guessed that based on all the other stone in this house. - Yes. - [Mikey] That's pretty awesome. - Beautiful. Beautiful, right? And then we have the same hardwood floors also here.

Entire corner opens up. Sliding glass doors pocket nicely. You have drop-down shades. Proper blackout curtains. They're all motorized. And of course, we have the seamless transition to the outdoors. This is the massive balcony that I was talking about when we were at the backyard. Look at our views.

Sun is setting. People are surfing. It looks stunning out here. I'm loving it. Look at this bedroom here, Mikey. This is phenomenal.

You have a seating area here facing the views. Now, I wanna show everyone the bathroom for this room. It's so spacious. You have two sets of vanities. And can we talk about the fabrication here? These open shelves.

These deep fabricated sinks. Countertop design, how the lip comes up. So it has almost this like a tray effect, you know? - [Mikey] Yeah. - And you have wall sconces. Mirror's nicely recessed in.

Wood tones. And this is the other vanity here with pretty much the same finishes. Then you have your built-in corner tub. They used the same natural stone on the floors to fabricate this tub. And I love that backrest is at an angle, so you can just lean back and enjoy the views. - [Mikey] Watch the surfers out there.

Right now, I don't know if Enes can see. I have very sharp eyes, but there's a guy on a hydrofoil getting pulled by a little tender and- - People are living the good life out there. I can see it, even though I don't have the best vision.

- [Mikey] That looks like a lot of fun, you know? - Without a doubt. And you get to see it from your bathroom every day. Walk-in shower super open. Rain head above. Handheld. These darker fixtures. And just a beautiful bathroom.

Now, it gets better. Comes with two water closets. They're located right here. And then we have the walk-in closet here. The amount of closets, wardrobes, and cabinetry in this house is staggering. And look at all these glass fronts.

Backlighting. Massive picture frame facing the views. It's impressive, you know? I can only imagine how painstaking it was to build this home and then finish it out and make sure all these details are executed perfectly.

My hat's off to the developer. There's so much work. - [Mikey] All the different finishes, all the different fixtures, all the different manufacturers and installations, it's a full-time job that would take years just to get all of this finished, you know? - All of it coming together, making sure that everything looks good. It's fascinating. - [Mikey] Yeah. - All right, that's it for the first primary bedroom suite.

Now, let's go back to the hallway so we can go check out the second one. Another long hallway here. Floor-to-ceiling glass windows.

Courtyard looks incredible. Can we show the onyx wall on that side? - [Mikey] So, guys, the sun is going down right now. We wanted to kinda finish this tour around dusk.

And we're not quite used to daylight savings time being over so- - I mean, it's like 4:30 right now and sun is going down already. - [Mikey] Yeah. - By the way, this is the secondary staircase that is located right next to the bar on the first floor, so you have a nice, convenient way up to the second floor here as well. Look at the stonework on this wall. It's incredible.

Massive skylight above. So tasteful. And it gets better. Follow me.

Another pivot door opens up to the office. You have your desk. Built-in cabinetry. Even the office comes with a spacious balcony. And they even have an outdoor massage table there.

Which is beautiful. I'm out of words. - I didn't expect this. - I'm speechless. I feel like I'm running out of adjectives as we're doing these tours, and it's been getting so hard lately. We've been touring such good homes and yachts and it's like, how do you keep explaining the craftsmanship and attention to detail and how long it took the developers or the companies to build these assets? I'm truly running out of words. - [Mikey] It's a hard thing to justify week to week, you know? But it is an impressive feat, and it's something that we're still not used to doing, you know? - Without a doubt. And it's been almost four years.

We haven't missed an episode. We've been posting every single week for you guys. All right, welcome to the second primary bedroom suite. We have the walk-in closet here. I don't wanna go into too many details because owners are currently occupying the property, so I wanna respect their privacy.

Island is backlit. Same oak cabinetry, looks very contemporary. Now, let's go check out the bedroom itself. Another king size bed. Look at the back paneling with all these different textures and colors. Wall sconces.

These incorporated bedside tables, meaning they were fabricated to match your wood paneling. Then we have the projector here. I think I forgot to mention on the other primary bedroom, they have a drop-down screen detail here. That's how we watch TV. But when you have a view like this, you don't have to.

Corner opens up. Again, drop-down screens, blackout shades. These spacious balconies that are all travertine clad. Seamless glass railing. And these breathtaking views.

This is gorgeous. This is so special. - [Mikey] I don't think we can talk enough about how cool it is to be right on the ocean. - I feel like we have mentioned it all day. All right, follow me so we can check out the primary bathroom or the second primary bathroom.

Stonework here is gorgeous. And it already looks incredible with backlighting. But I can only imagine in a few hours how intense and in depth this section is gonna look. Look how beautiful this is. - [Mikey] Yeah, that's insane. - Gorgeous.

The color, lightness of the green, textures, and veins. We have another fabricated built-in tub here. Open walk-in shower design. Rain head above. And then long vanity here with fabricated sinks, and they used the same amazonite for the countertop as well as the back wall. I feel like throughout the day, I was so nervous to make sure that I didn't miss any of these details. I feel like the developer here worked so hard for this property that I wanted to do justice, you know? And it looks stunning.

I can't even imagine being able to design a home like this, yet alone build it. So my hat's off. And let's follow this hallway.

We have the water closet here. And the backlighting, it's such a unique design element. I feel like we have never seen someone incorporate stone in such a significant way to their home. - Automatic toilet. - And this automatic toilet. That it creates such a unique contrast. - [Mikey] And all these are natural stone, right? - Yes. This is amazonite, I believe.

- [Mikey] Yeah, but throughout the whole house, everything is natural, right? - Yes, correct. - [Mikey] That's wild. - Amazing, right? - To find a translucent stone in itself and then like how many varieties of it they have, it's crazy.

- Welcome to the second closet for this primary bedroom. Again, cabinetry with glass fronts, wood paneling. And at the end, we have this massive picture window facing these amazing views.

With that, we're done on the second floor. I'm really excited for the night tour. I feel like this property looks very good during the day.

But at night, it looks even better with all the stone, backlighting, and architectural details. (hip lively music) (air whooshing) (fire crackling) (fire crackling) (fire crackling) All right, everyone. That's it for the tour. What a stunning property.

I've never seen a home with a central courtyard like this before with a koi pond, fire features, backlit stones. Design elements of this home is so unique, it's truly one of a kind. I mean, look at the entry here with backlit onyx. I'm so impressed. I'm really glad we got the opportunity to tour it and share it with all of you. Big thanks to listing agents, Rayni, Branden, and Tony for making this tour possible.

And as always, you can find more information about this listing in the description of this video. Lastly, if you enjoyed the tour, give us a like, subscribe, and we'll see you guys next week. (cool dynamic music)

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