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'Scene-Stealing' Manse From Flashy Cadillac Ad Asks $28.8M

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Made famous by its stint in Cadillac's latest television commercial—that one where a super-cool dad campaigns for hard work, capitalism, and the brand's new hybrid car whilst traipsing through a scene-stealing mansion—this sleek Los Angeles, Calif. abode is on the market for $28.8M. Designed by L.A.-based architect Hagy Belzberg, the eight-bedroom, 13,000-square-foot sprawl comes with a glass-walled, angular main residence, a "wellness enter," and guest house—all centered around a sculptural pool. According to the ever-eloquent brokerbabble, the home also "radiates a warm, California modern allure draped in sophistication and delight, while conveying an unmistakable sense of strength, volume and boldness"—in case anyone missed that in the 63-second commercial. Also not on film is the parking space for up to 30 vehicles or the 800-bottle wine rack, so do check out both the listing photos and the TV spot, below:

The Video:

· Are You "Hard-Working" Enough to Buy the Flashy Sunset Strip House in That Cadillac Ad? [Curbed LA]
· 1232 Sunset Plaza Dr [The Agency]