Agoura Hills home on stilts hits the market for $3 million – Daily News

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A modern, 3,064-square-foot home elevated one story above the ground on stilts has hit the market in Agoura Hills for $2.95 million.

According to records, that’s 16% less than the $2.55 million it sold for in August 2021.

The single-level home “raised for an existing flood plane allowing the entire ground level to become a garden,” described on architect Ellis David Gelman’s website, has three bedrooms and four bathrooms.

Completed in 2006, the house sits behind gates on a corner lot over three-quarters of an acre. It offers 360-degree views of the grounds and the Santa Monica Mountains.

“Surrounded by nature, this home offers ultimate tranquility without sacrificing modern conveniences,” says Amy Snider of Compass, who holds the listing.

Stairs lead up to the front door. Clerestory windows and glass walls wrap around the great room, which combines the living and dining rooms. Sliding glass doors connect it to a terrace overlooking the grounds.

The open-concept kitchen boasts stainless steel appliances, a walk-in pantry and a laundry area.

There’s an oversized office off the hallway with new tile floors and custom cabinetry.

The primary suite, which takes up the entire southern portion of the home, features a fireplace, two walk-in closets, and a bathroom with a walk-in shower, a soaking tub and a water closet.

The landscaped grounds include two prefab kitHAUS structures connected by a deck and hot tub. There is a deck underneath the house, as well.

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