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New To Market: So Much Glass in La Jolla

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So much light! Nary a curtain! And not the place to wake up with a hangover. But in honor of the now-dead Sunday Real Estate section of the Los Angeles Times, here's yesterday's featured "Home of the Week." That last Sunday "Home of the Week," this four-bedroom is dubbed Razor; it was designed by San Diego-based Wallace Cunningham and it's listed for $39 million.

Via the listing agent's site:

This "one-of-a-kind" architectural masterpiece in La Jolla, California, is a unique trophy property designed by one of Architectural Digest's Top 100 Designers. Set behind gates, and constructed from white polished concrete and floor-to-ceiling glass, this magnum opus suspends the boundaries of ordinary living and commands amazing uninterrupted views of the ocean, open sky and natural landscape. Resting high above Torrey Pines State Reserve, this 11,000-square-foot piece de resistance showcases 4 bedrooms and 6 baths, fabulous two level guest house and features private access to Black's Beach. Impeccable design, unparalleled quality and paramount location make this property a true piece of art. Offered at $39,000,000.

· Light pours into glass-walled home in La Jolla [LA Times]
· Hurwitz-James Real Estate [Hurwitz-James/Razor]