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Tech founders, get ready to whip out your checkbooks because 9344 Nightingale Drive hits the market on Monday, March 1st. 

Listed by The Agency’s Mauricio Umansky, alongside James Harris and David Parnes of Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles, this 11,500-square-foot, custom-built home was designed by architect Zoltan Pali with health and relaxation in mind. 

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Showcasing an angular silhouette, this six-bedroom residence is perched in the Bird Streets neighborhood, overlooking Century City, the Wilshire Corridor and the Pacific Ocean. 9344 Nightingale Drive was built from the ground up by Dugally Oberfeld and is equipped with the latest features, including a 106-foot-long infinity pool and a 60-foot retractable, dimmable skylight that spans the entire width of the home.

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Stepping inside, the light-filled atrium touts oak-paneled walls with trigonal, laser-cut detailing. A glass staircase with open treads leads to a series of catwalks that connect the living and sleeping spaces. 

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The expansive kitchen, living room and dining area provides sweeping views of the backyard and the city beyond. The gourmet kitchen maintains a sense of separation through an open shelving system, and boasts rich walnut cabinetry, dark countertops, integrated appliances, and a generous island with seating for six.

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The kitchen’s retractable window wall opens onto an outdoor dining terrace that’s shielded from the elements. A family room with built-ins to accommodate a TV is tucked off in the corner, lending a more laid-back vibe than the formal living room.

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In the backyard, oversized stone pavers transition to artificial turf, creating a verdant-looking outdoor oasis that’s also drought tolerant. The elongated lap pool and jacuzzi has a stainless steel inset lily pond and a Baja shelf complete with aqua loungers. A cascading waterfall surrounds the infinity edge, reducing ambient noise from the nearby Sunset Strip. Plus, a sunken terrace with an in-ground fire pit perfectly frames views that extend all the way to Catalina Island on a clear day. 

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The principal bedroom exudes warmth with an oak-paneled feature wall, dark wood flooring, and a wall of windows that opens onto a private outdoor space. The ensuite bathroom is appointed with double floating vanities, a separate water closet, and an enormous, marble-clad wet room with two rain showerheads and a skylight overhead.

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The home’s standout feature, however, is the state-of-the-art wellness center on the lower level, offering a tricked-out gym with a zen garden, spa treatment area, a sensory deprivation tank, a dry sauna featuring a Himalayan salt wall, and a wet steam room for sweating out those toxins.

There’s also a cozy media room on this floor if your idea of relaxation is binging the latest HBO Max series. Concealed behind the laser-cut wood wall near the entrance is another full chef’s kitchen outfitted with a temperature-controlled wine cellar. 

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Asking $34 million, 9344 Nightingale Drive is set to launch on Monday. Its lucky buyer will be in for some serious self-care thanks to all the in-home spa amenities. For a closer look at those features, check out the home tour below, led by James Harris. 

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