Rigid Bunch o' Shapes by Architect Ed Niles Wants $2.75M

Curbed

Another Ed Niles California contemporary just found its way to the market, and like its siblings before it, this collusion of cylinders and triangles is like an Excel Spreadsheet in an Adobe Suite world, like a bachelor pad dreamt up by Mark from accounting, you know, the guy who way overthinks his Casual Friday outfits. A bastion of no-frills linearity, the home is bounded by a concrete grid that also holds sway over the neutral-colored limestone-and-steel interior, where many a floor-to-ceiling window looks out on an extended terrace, and beyond it, a panorama of scrappy Ventura County shrubbery. Its roughly 5,100 square feet allows for four bedrooms, two powder rooms, and a kitchen sporting a "spectacular 25ft Quartzstone Island" outfitted with Miele and Sub-Zero appliances, which are pretty much required for any "extraordinary example of Contemporary California living." All this, plus a cantilevered deck with various "fire features and fountains," listed for the lovely price of $2.75M. Give it a glance below:

· Ed Niles Modern Masterpiece in Somis [Zillow]
· 5951 W Greentree Dr [Zillow]

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