It’s called The Invisible House for a reason.
And it now can be a lucky renter’s dream come true for $150,000 a month.
The jaw-dropping aesthetic appeal of the residence and its mirrored exterior gives the home, located in California’s Joshua Tree National Park, its unique name.
“[The house] has an entirely mirrored facade on all sides that makes it appear to disappear into the surrounding Mojave Desert,” Raymond Dominguez, sales manager at Engel & Völkers Santa Monica, said in a statement, according to Mansion Global. “The spectacular location, the minimalist architecture and the exclusive amenities all make this property utterly unique.”
This isn’t the first time the four-bedroom, five-bathroom residence has been available to rent, at least as a vacation rental. It was a high-rated Airbnb that folks could rent for $2,709 a night.
“Quite simply, Invisible House is the most spectacular house in Joshua Tree,” the listing on Airbnb boasts. “As seen in design and lifestyle publications worldwide, this mirrored 22 story horizontal skyscraper virtually disappears into the vast desert landscape. The luxurious 100-foot indoor swimming pool contrasts with the High Desert surroundings.”
The background of the home is just as impressive as it’s spectacular presence. In a collaboration with architect Tomas Osinski, “American Psycho” producer Chris Hanley helped design the residence, which was finished in 2019, Mansion Global reports.
Dominguez also has been involved with the project since the construction phase, he told McClatchy News.
The 6,000-square-foot house has also been available to book for filming purposes.
Features inside this architectural wonder include:
Joshua Tree is about 130 miles east of Los Angeles.