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The Daily Dish Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles

Josh Altman Sold La Jolla, CA’s Most Expensive Home of the Year… to Alicia Keys!

The Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles power agent sold the state-of-the-art "Razor House" for $20 million.

By Tamara Palmer
Josh Altman Alicia Keys Razor House

Update: According to Page Six, the buyers of the exquisite “Razor House” is none other than Alicia Keys and her husband Swizz Beatz! The musicians closed on the home last month for $20.8 million… which is a steal, considering the original asking price back in April was $30 million! Designed by architect Wallace E. Cunningham, the state-of-the-art home was the most expensive sold in the ‘nabe this year.

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Josh Altman had some big new recently: His team represented the buyer and the seller of La Jolla, California's most expensive home sale this year: $20 million! The Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles power agent and his brother, Matthew Altman, were proud that their agent Stephen Sweeney found a buyer for the Razor House, a six-bedroom, eight-bathroom stunner built in 2007 that has to be seen to be believed.

"Big, big, big celebration day!" Josh announced in an Instagram video. "Why? Because the Altman Brothers just closed the most expensive sale this year in La Jolla, just north of San Diego."

He introduced Sweeney and said that it was the biggest deal of "young Stephen's career."

"I feel great, learned from the best!" Sweeney told him. "The number one thing I would say in regards to this deal is do whatever it takes to close. That's what I had to do, that's what we had to do as a team and that's exactly what made this deal happen, for sure."

Luckily, you don't have to take our word for it: You can take your own peek inside this palace from the privacy of your own screen. Don't think about the price tag for a minute... couldn't you just see yourself happily living here?

A Glassy Facade

Razor House

Called "an architectural gem" by Los Angeles Times, the original owner of the concrete and glass home originally wanted $30 million for the property in 2018 and dropped the listing price by $5 million earlier this year.

A Pool with a View

Razor House

Don't worry, you won't fall off the infinity edge, it's perfectly safe! And get a load of that impossibly cool razor-sharp architecture that gives the home its name.

Fire Pit 2.0

Razor House

Picture warm Southern California nights making high-end s'mores in this ridiculously fancy fire pit.

A Serene Sitting Area

Razor House

We love the unique round shape of the living room, a relaxing delight for the eyes as you lounge on a sumptuous couch and take in the sunset over the ocean.

The Most Masterful Master... Ever?

Razor House

There are four bedrooms inside the main house and two in the guest house, for a total of six glorious options for resting your head at this beautiful estate. Who wouldn't feel like the king of the world in this master bedroom?!

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