A Malibu spec home asking $60 million will come with the fuselage of a vintage airplane hanging above its living room.
Developer and architect Scott Gillen said he was looking for a decorative piece for the living room of the roughly 10,300-square-foot house when he hit upon the idea of the plane. A few days later, he found a vintage warplane and is in the process of restoring it.
The contemporary five-bedroom home is under construction and is slated to be completed in the summer of 2016 according to the WSJ.
Perched on a bluff with ocean views, the house will be sold fully furnished, with most of the pieces made by Mr. Gillen.
The great room, where the airplane will be located, will be roughly 120 feet long. The home will also have a gym, a game room, a wine room and a cigar room with ventilation and humidification systems.
Outside, the gated estate will also have a pool, a roughly 4,700-square-foot guesthouse and a motor court with a valet stand – a heated sitting area where guests can relax while waiting for their cars.