The floating glass house ($10,995,000) designed by famed architect Paul McClean is a visual masterpiece set upon one of the most awe-inspiring settings in Laguna Beach. Privately perched on the bluff’s edge with a premium northwest coastal facing orientation, take in the vibrant sunsets and city light views up to Palos Verdes. Masterfully constructed of glass and steel with tiers of ‘floating’ levels gives an ocean view from every room and the sense that you are hovering upon the water. An extremely unique three car garage with an auto-lift lowers your prized vehicle into the entry gallery to become one with the art. The underground gallery walk takes you to the main home where soaring glass double doors guide into your modern sanctuary. A haven for technology, the property integrates with Elan, a whole-home command center from your mobile device as well as various voice driven features from Alexa. Simply ask Amazon’s virtual concierge to control lighting, music, etc., and your wish is her command. Additionally, alter the chromotherapy LED lighting throughout the home to your choice of mood. A lower tiered media room acts as a great place to gather. Simply draw the remote-driven shades retract the large format screen and a proper theater is born. Sliding walls of glass surround the home and give way to expansive terrace spaces to relax or entertain while hearing the waves crash below. A private walk adjacent to the home gives access to Thousand Steps Beach.