For just under $6 million, you can be the proud owner of a Pacific Beach home, where stone throwing is strictly forbidden. According to the listing agent, the almost entirely glass structure was built so that “every square inch of the property,” including a see-through shower and bathroom, can view the ocean.
What’s more, according to U-T San Diego, the floor-to-ceiling glass doors that face the ocean are fully retractable. This feature allows you to hear the sounds of the sea when you are using your $ 7,000 see-through bathroom toilet equipped with LED lights that illuminate the interior of the bowl. By the way, the toilet comes with a bidet, a heated seat, and music that automatically plays when you lift the lid-hopefully not overwhelming the sounds of the waves caressing the shore when the doors are retracted.
Of course, what would a glass house be without a Jacuzzi? This residential gem offers one next to the patio with panoramic views of the ocean. The shower in one of the bedrooms is also all glass, but does provide optional shades.
While the house, located just north of San Diego, is being marketed for sale, it is currently being rented for $15,000 a month.