Now who wouldn't like to be welcomed home every day by the architectural embodiment of The Scream? This, uh, shall we say, expressive abode is situated on a 1.05-acre lot about a mile north of the Hotel Bel Air, and has five bedrooms and seven baths. However, while its exterior evokes the Edvard Munch painting, its interior screams "1990s law office." The 6,964-square-foot residence's features include, per the listing, "classical pillars," marble floors and countertops, glass-brick accents, lots and lots of recessed lighting and skylights, a "cascading staircase," a swimming pool with spa, and a poolhouse with sauna. Asking price is $6.795 million.
· 10640 Taranto Way [Estately]