LOS ANGELES, CA – It is hard to put a price on safety and peace of mind, but one company thinks that $7.25 million is a good place to start!
When you think of safety within a home, you usually think of a panic room or a great security system or perhaps just a couple extra locks around the home. Well one house, high in the hills overlooking Los Angeles, goes several steps further than just your average panic room.
The house itself offers a beautiful blend of luxury and security. It offers exquisite 360 degree views, nearly 8,000 square feet, and 32 rooms. There are five bedrooms, eight bathrooms, two offices, a wine cellar, a home theater, and several other wonderful amenities. The safety aspect is the real kicker in this home.
The world’s safest house has two hidden panic rooms and two invisible “safe cores.” The safe cores allow entire sections of the house to be isolated from the rest of the home providing safety from intruders, natural disasters and nuclear, biological, and chemical warfare. The house all contains state of the art surveillance abilities. The current homeowner declined to discuss more of the specifics due to concern that it would compromise the overall system.
The house is currently on the market for $7.25 million one can contact the Hurwitz James Company in Beverly Hills, CA for more information. The house was designed and built by Al V. Corbi, a renowned authority on residential and yacht security. It should also be noted that Corbi is president of S.A.F.E. which stands for Strategically Armored and Fortified Environments.
With those kind of credentials, one can certainly be guaranteed a secure home. Just make sure to always have a map handy, seeing as how one could get lost going from the bathroom to the bedroom because of the 32 rooms in the house.