Although Harry Gesner was Malibu’s mid-century master, he did venture from the California coast from time to time. During one of those occasions, he designed one of the most creative houses ever – the Triangle House. The Tarzana residence was built in 1960 and is sited at the end of a long, private driveway where it’s triangular concrete form is slyly situated between two hillsides.
Open living spaces make up the 5,200-square-foot interior and feature a sunken den, wine cellar, and four bedrooms. Walls of floor-to-ceiling glazing highlight the wooden surroundings while opening up to a poolside terrace and a guest house that mimics the geometry of the main residence. Also on 1.3-acre plot are a fire pit, covered outdoor dining area, and an angular carport. Now it’s available for $3,999,900. Also don’t forget to check the list of the most expensive houses in the world.