We can't all be James Bond. But the super rich can act like it.
For $29.5 million, secret agent wannabes can purchase this expansive home in Beverly Hills, chock full of hidden features and profiled on a recent episode of CNBC's "Secret Lives of the Super Rich."
The home has covert televisions, a private nightclub and plenty of hidden high-tech. Let's take a look inside.
Keys can't grant you access to this mega-mansion. The vault door can only be opened by scanning your fingertip.
An open floor plan and floor-to-ceiling glass doors make the home's interior feel like one breezy space. The sliding glass doors silently contract at the push of a button, making the process of opening up the area seamless.
A 115-foot pool wraps around the backyard, framing impeccable views of the city below. "It's almost like a moat around your entire home," Mauricio Umansky, listing agent for the property and CEO of The Agency, told "Secret Lives of the Super Rich."
It may look like a typical backyard in L.A., but hidden inside the house is a window that peeks into the pool.
The wine cellar features a wall of magically floating bottles and and sliding glass panels in the lower level lounge slip away to reveal a wall of lush live greenery.
The mansion has no shortage of ways to entertain, including a pool table and home theater.
Throughout the space, bathrooms are lit not by lamps or light bulbs, but luminescent stone.
There's room for an entire fleet of cars in the house's auto gallery. But for interested buyers without a penchant for classic cars, it also transforms into a private nightclub.
Up in the master suite, more hidden accents abound, literally: A TV pops in and out of the wall on command.
And the adjacent balcony isn't just a sitting area. It's also a putting green with an unobstructed view of the Los Angeles Basin.
This story has been revised and updated.
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