By Caroline Biggs

Published on July 8, 2016

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According to the Los Angeles Times, the post-and-beam-style spread sits on a 1/3 acre of land in the Santa Monica Mountains.

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Hedged and gated, the super-secluded estate was originally built in the 1960s by renowned architect Alejandro Ortiz, and features retro details like beamed ceilings and walls of glass.

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The 2,800 square foot main house offers five bedrooms, a library, wet bar, gym, and an enormous great room with a fireplace.

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There’s also a detached guesthouse with a massive bedroom, en suite bathroom, and private terrace.

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Additionally, there are multiple viewing decks—and a proper sunroom—for enjoying the breathtaking landscape.

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Outside, you’ll find a colossal patio plus gazebo, as well as a saltwater swimming pool, sunken courtyard, and a cute wooden crossing bridge, perfect for entertaining guests such as neighbor Channing Tatum!