The famous rotating home has just gone on sale for $5.3 million

Well... perhaps they couldn't decide which room should get the view.

by | Published on 26th Jun 2023

The famous rotating home in San Diego just hit the market for $5.3 million.

The crazy thing is the house was built years ago, but it’s never been put on sale before.

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Spanning 0.58 acres of land, the flying saucer-shaped house has four bedrooms and four bathrooms.

Among other things, it also a pair of two-car garages, and of course you can always park your fifth and sixth supercar in the driveway.

The unique exterior dictated the design of the interior as well.

Nearly all the rooms are basically wall-less, in that they all feature circular floor-to-ceiling windows that cover the entire circumference of the room.

The kitchen, for example, is a wide open space with different three fridges and several different types of surfaces to dine on.

You’ve got the kitchen island, a rooftop bar-style countertop, a more traditional dining table, and smaller cafe-style round tables.

And then of course you’ve got a nice terrace, too.

The living room follows the same design language, with a large conference table, a fireplace, and a piano.

And you also have a proper office with a crazy view of the mountains.

Outside the house, you’ve got plenty of space, with two patios, a plethora of balconies and terraces and even a mini golf course.

The bad news is the home doesn’t have a swimming pool.

The home is now available from Zillow for $5.3m.

And by the way, the house really does rotate, a full rotation takes 33 minutes or up to 24 hours, depending on the owner’s preference.



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