Sensational Skyscraper Airbnb In California Costs $4,000 A Night
Those in glass houses shouldn't throw rocks, but they could have whisky on the rocks while floating in their indoor pool.
The 'Invisible House' in Joshua Tree, California will cost you $30,000 for a week's stay.
I've been trying to come up with some cool vacation ideas for my wife and me. Ever since we became parents, we've never had a vacation for ourselves. That's fine and all, being a parent is the most important responsibility a human can take on. But I do miss those moments when my wife and I would hop in the car and pretend we didn't live in Tri-Cities for a weekend.
Airbnb has some of the most unique listings you could imagine.
If you really want to go all out on a vacation rental, Airbnb does not disappoint. There's a dome in the forest in Oregon, various yachts in Washington, and an invisible house made entirely of glass in Joshua Tree, California. This rental costs $30,000 a week.
For the price of a new car, you can stay a week in an invisible glass fortress in California's beautiful Joshua Tree wilderness. What does all that money get you?
Invisible House is a "horizontal skyscraper."
Imagine you've extrapolated the flashcube building in Kennewick until it's 5,500 square feet. Now, drop in a 100-foot indoor swimming pool, three king-sized beds, and make the lighting LED so you can change its colors to fit your mood. Should you ever get bored in your glass skyscraper, the 87" TV features not just Netflix and Amazon, but a library of Blu-Ray DVDs, as well. If you're worried about waking up too early as the sun rises, the bedrooms feature blackout shades that are remote-controlled.
Can people see me inside Invisible House?
The house, which sits on its own mountain, utilizes mirror glass that lets you see outside, but not only can people not see inside the house, its mirrors reflect everything back until it's nearly invisible in the California sun. Built by a Hollywood movie producer, this amazing structure feels futuristic while being at home with nature.
A Week's Stay at California's Invisible House Will Cost You $30K
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