Today we get our first look at Michael Bay’s Los Angeles Villa. Originally created by Chad Oppenheim, the founder of the Oppenheim architecture firm, the three-story house spans across a whopping 30,000-square-feet. Offering spectacular views of both downtown Los Angeles and the Santa Monica mountain range in the distance, the gorgeous villa houses a large parking space, a movie prop museum, a 50-seat movie theater designed by Jeff Cooper, a spa and several bedrooms, plus two master bedroom modules that hover above the rest of the building. The swimming pool dramatically establishes the cliff’s edge, even extending beyond it at one end. Scan through the cinematic home below.
Photos: Roger Davies / Architectural Digest