Inside The $32 Million 'Upside Down House'

There's a reason that Jessica Alba and Channing Tatum both live nearby this baller Beverly Hills mansion.

The Oak Pass House in Beverly Hills, nicknamed the “Upside Down House” isn’t your average two-story home. 

Built into the hills of Los Angeles with rooftops of edible herbs, these ultra-modern digs are fully integrated into nature.


Designed by LA-based architect Noah Walker, the property’s blueprint features common spaces with panoramic canyon views, which sit atop bedrooms and bathrooms that are tucked away by groves of trees on the ground level. 


From first glance, the structure looks like it’s one level perched on a lush green lawn, until you find the subtle hideaways below ground which doubles the size of the home. 

The surrounding landscape is dotted with over one hundred and thirty Coast Live Oaks across the 10,381-square-foot property.


A 75-foot infinity-edged swimming pool bisects the house and slips underneath cascading trees that arch across. Architect Noah Walker explains that for this property, nature comes first. The design is really just meant to complement its natural surroundings.


The modern design features found throughout the dwelling include walnut and natural stone accents, a second pool and spa, hiking paths, a sprawling entertainment room, gym, sauna, and a guest house—an architectural masterpiece on its own.


Located on the gated Oak Pass Road, notable neighbors include actors Jessica Alba and Channing Tatum and reality TV star Lisa Vanderpump.


Contact Compass real estate to make the Upside Down House yours for a cool $32 million.


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