LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — A rare look inside one of the Las Vegas valley's most luxurious homes, as it is recently on the market.
Skyspace, located at 7 Painted Feather Way and owned by former MGM Resorts International Chairman and CEO Jim Murren and his wife Heather Murren, is available for sale at an asking price of $10.5 million.
Ivan Sher, principal of The Ivan Sher Group of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Nevada Properties, has been selected to represent one of Las Vegas’ most unique architectural estates in Southern Nevada.
The Murrens are the original owners of the glass and steel residence, which they created with renowned architecture firm Marmol Radziner, builder Jack Raftery and artist James Turrell.
The nearly 13,000 square-foot modern estate is one of only two residences in Southern Nevada designed by the world-renowned architecture firm Marmol Radziner.
The home is composed entirely of glass, steel, and concrete.
It has four bedroom suites in the main house, a detached one-bedroom guest casita, and eight baths.
The home’s indoor-outdoor design incorporates the vast desert landscape with bamboo and pine trees integrated into the main living spaces and floor-to-ceiling glass walls in nearly every room. They offer unobstructed panoramic views of the golf course, city lights, and surrounding mountains.
The property’s James Turrell Skyspace is an art installation that plays on space and light and is one of just a few residential installations from the artist in the world.
“Skyspace is an immersive art and sensory experience,” said Sher. “It captures the natural light of the rising and setting sun, combines that with a sophisticated pattern of lights inside the structure and creates the illusion through its lighting that you are floating through space. It is a truly transformative experience.”
The Skyspace’s advanced technology program is available for purchase outside of the home sale.