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.
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.
The 2,800 square foot main house offers five bedrooms, a library, wet bar, gym, and an enormous great room with a fireplace.
There’s also a detached guesthouse with a massive bedroom, en suite bathroom, and private terrace.
Additionally, there are multiple viewing decks—and a proper sunroom—for enjoying the breathtaking landscape.
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!