The Ultimate Entertainment House

Every home owner has at some point had to turn their living space into an entertainment venue for some kind of party or get together. Usually it requires moving some furniture, adding a few chairs or reorganizing your layout to accommodate for the extra people. But some places are built for the sole purpose of entertaining and this home at 9353 Nightingale Drive in Los Angeles, CA is one of those places.

Every home owner has at some point had to turn their living space into an entertainment venue for some kind of party or get together. Usually it requires moving some furniture, adding a few chairs or reorganizing your layout to accommodate for the extra people. But some places are built for the sole purpose of entertaining and this home at 9353 Nightingale Drive in Los Angeles, CA is one of those places.

With an open floor plan, high ceiling and gallery walls this home looks like it’s straight out of a music video. It even has glass floors on the second level to peer down to the party below. The thing that caught my eye the most is the outdoor grill area with pizza oven. Who has pizza oven in their backyard? Now I want one.

See this ultimate entertainment house in the video below and you’ll hear from the designer who created this party pad that boasts some unbelievable city and water views from its balconies. Oh and if you’re interested in owning a piece of this place, it can be yours for $13.3 million.

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David Marine is the Chief Marketing Officer at Coldwell Banker, where he oversees the brand’s marketing efforts and content strategy including acting as managing editor for the Coldwell Banker blog and heading up video production efforts. While CMO by day, David runs a three ring circus at night as he is the father of 4 boys. He also happens to be married to Wonder Woman. True story.

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