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The Daily Dish Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles

See Inside Josh Altman and Josh Flagg's Incredible Co-Listing, the Razor House

The Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles brokers' co-listed property has often been compared to the home featured in the Iron Man movies. 

By Abby Feiner
Josh Flagg Josh Altman

On Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles' June 16 season premiere, Josh Altman and Josh Flagg teamed up to co-list the incredible Razor House, a property in La Jolla, California, often compared to the house seen in the Iron Man movie franchise. 

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"The Razor House is, I think, one of the most spectacular pieces of architecture," Flagg said in an interview during the episode. "The fact that it is in La Jolla on that magical cliff, it makes me want to cry."

The home's location is just one incredible feat of the property. Located in the "super-posh, wealthy beach town just a couple of minutes from San Diego," as Flagg explained, the abode has unobstructed Pacific Ocean views thanks to floor-to-ceiling frameless glass windows. While touring the 10,240 square-foot main house, the brokers were also blown away by the property's six bedrooms (four in the main house and two in a detached 1,301 square foot guest house), rooftop terrace featuring an infinity hot tub, main living room, formal living room, multiple kitchens, open-air glass elevator, library, and subterranean five-car garage that Altman noted "could be an art gallery."

With the home's tie to Iron Man, Altman clearly had superheroes on the brain as he took in the sight of the home. "This house is insane," he said in an interview. "If you're Batman, you can fight your villains on the cliff and by the time you hang glide to the bedroom, you can be Bruce Wayne ready to entertain. Any superhero you want to be, you can be in this house."

In his own interview, Flagg noted the rare features of the home. "You've got curved walls, an extensive amount of glass," he said. "It's pretty hard to duplicate this."

As reported last year, Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz purchased the home for $20.8 million, making it the most expensive home sale in La Jolla for that year. 

Scroll down for photos of the one-of-a-kind home!

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