The famously mirrored “Invisible House” outside California’s iconic Joshua Tree National Park is searching for a new owner.
The creators of the stunning desert retreat are looking to sell their unique 5,500-square-foot estate for $18 million, reports the New York Post.
[Invisible House creator] Chris Hanley and his wife Roberta have been living at the abode — the exterior of which is composed fully of reflective glass — since they finished constructing it in 2019, but are now selling it and shifting their energy to their new Starburst Container House, also located in Joshua Tree. The statement property is listed with Aaron Kirman and Matt Adamo of AKG Christie’s International Real Estate.
In addition to its unique, landscape-reflecting facade, the 225-foot-long “smart” home — which is cantilevered 100 feet off the ground — also boasts a prefab guest house, a 100-foot indoor “solar” pool and has been featured on Netflix’s “The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals.”
It’s set on 90 acres of land, all furniture is included in the price — and it has previously been visited by Lizzo, Diplo, Lil Kim and Demi Lovato, among others
Dezeen reports that the eye-tricking, steel-framed structure was designed by movie producer Hanley (Spring Breakers, American Psycho, The Virgin Suicides) and architect Tomas Osinski. A series of elevating cylindrical concrete columns form a cantilever on the uneven desert terrain.
Inside is 5,500 square feet of living space, most of which is occupied by a continuous entertainment areas. A central 100-foot-long indoor swimming pool that stretches along the entirety of the west wall runs a multi-colored light show at night.
Interior shots reveal that the mirrored walls are one-way, providing occupants with uninterrupted views of the isolated 90-acre plot on which the Invisible House resides.
Other features include a 222-square-foot projection wall for enjoying movies and television, a modern kitchen equipped with two ovens, a heating drawer and a dedicated refrigerator and freezer, three guest bedrooms and bathrooms, and a Master Suite featuring a free-standing tub.
The Invisible House’s undeniable allure also attracts celebrity clientele like Lovato. TMZ reports that the “I Love Me” singer spent a weekend at the property with actor Max Ehrich.
“Had an amazing weekend in the magical desert of Joshua Tree with my love,” Lovato captioned an Instagram gallery, adding that work had called her to the location.
The Invisible House was previously listed on Peerspace with a rate of $1,750 per hour for events, and Business Insider reported that small groups can book a day-long stay for $5,000. Click here to learn more.