Live Like a True Marvel Superhero When You Buy Tony Stark’s Home from “Iron Man”

by Jamey MortonSeptember 13, 2018

La Jolla’s Famous Razor House Could Now Be Yours

A look-alike to the mansion that Tony Stark called home in Iron Man, the property known to real estate buffs as the Razor House is now on the market for $30 million. Perched on a stunning cliff that looks over the Torrey Pines State Park, the home is the epitome of modern elegance and unrivaled luxury.

The 11,000 square foot home was designed in 2007 by architect Wallace E. Cunningham, who was named as one of Architectural Digest’s top 100 designers. The home was designed to take advantage of the sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean, in addition to making the most of the perilous cliff-side property.

Floor-to-ceiling walls of glass, outdoor terraces, and a rooftop kitchen and spa show that Cunningham was serious about fusing the luxury of a modern home with the spectacular vista views. Let’s take a walk in and around the property, and see what this jewel of the coast has going on.

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You Haven’t Seen Modern Luxury Until You See This Extravagant Home

A glass elevator that leads to the subterranean 6-car garage, glass-walled gym with views of the Pacific ocean, private access to the beach, and infinity pool will put you in a serene mindset as you take in heavenly views from every direction. Four bedrooms in addition to a two-level guest house all offer unique views of the ocean and mountain ranges of La Jolla, California.

Constructed of white polished concrete, steel, and glass, the home is sleek while allowing nature to blend with the modern. The home is further equipped with smart technology that allows music and climate control to be regulated with an iPhone. Radiant heating will ensure that you’re always a comfortable temperature as you lounge around your Iron Man estate.

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Want to Live Like Tony Stark? This Home Is for You.

Incredible views and unspeakable luxury aside, this home is the essence of modern comfort and easy living. With an expansive infinity pool that truly seems to stretch on to the end of the earth, you’ll be able to really tune into your inner superhero. When you’re ready to warm up, skip on over to the rooftop spa.

The home is perfect for entertaining guests, with an outdoor kitchen and BBQ center, a two bedroom guest house, and a home theater with stadium seating. The main kitchen features a Gaggenau cooktop, Miele dishwasher, Sub Zero refrigerator, and Hoshizaki ice maker. There is also a service kitchen for hosting large events that require extra kitchen space.

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This Coastal Mansion Has Plenty of Space and Privacy for Lounging and Hosting Heroic Parties

The master bedroom is flanked by two master bathrooms, each with their own shower, freestanding tub, and wardrobe space. The master bedroom walls are coated in suede and the room is designed to accent the rest of the home’s modern spirit.

The home itself is located on a remote and private cliff with a gated driveway. Live with the secrecy of a superhero or use your privacy to host the biggest, most epic and heroic parties the Pacific coast has ever seen. The family room boasts a custom Shagreen liquor cabinet, a moveable Shagreen bar, and three conditioned wine cabinets. A library features a custom Ralph Lauren pool table, in addition to cases of vintage books.

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Channel Your Inner Superhero in This Powerful Modern Home

While Tony Stark’s Iron Man house is actually a computer-generated effect and supposedly located in Malibu, the Razor House is the next best thing when it comes to mansions that are perfect for playboy super heroes. The structure of the mountain side pairs with the structure and design of the home to create an architectural anomaly that feels truly heroic. Are you ready to move in to this dream of a home?

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About The Author
Jamey Morton
Jamey has been a writer since he discovered science fiction and fantasy in the fourth grade. His early love for all things strange and mysterious has translated into a passion for writing about haunted mansions and other intriguing topics related to real estate and homeownership. Jamey loves nothing more than finding a medieval castle in the middle of New Jersey or a chalet on the coast of Florida. When not researching otherworldly real estate, Jamey can be found writing his series of outer space horror novels in his home in Seattle.