Built in 1953 by esteemed architect Gregory Ain, the Mid-Century mansion boasts floor-to-ceiling windows and blonde hardwood floors.
The marble-clad kitchen comes with double sinks, hidden cabinetry, and a snack counter that can seat up to five.
Off the kitchen, a swanky sitting area features floating shelves, a wet bar, and access to a climate-controlled wine room.
Of the home’s seven bedrooms, the lavish master suite offers a two-way fireplace, private courtyard, executive kitchen, and a bathroom with a waterfall and soaking tub.
A velvet-covered screening room comes complete with raised seating and a state-of-the-art sound system.
Outside you’ll find an infinity-edge spa and pool, plus a patio that spans the entire length of the house. We’re guessing Martin will be “Livin’ la Vida Loca” in this posh pad in no time.