Kim Tan’s Californian House
This is where Kim Tan (Lee Min-ho) lives in California in The Heirs (왕관을 쓰려는 자, 그 무게를 견뎌라 – 상속자들) (SBS, 2013).
This house has also frequently appeared in a number of US-American productions, such as TV drama series, movies and even advertisements, such as:
— Big Little Lies (HBO; 2017-19), as the house of Renata Klein (Laura Dern)
— Taken 3 (2014 movie), as the house of Stuart St. John (Dougray Scott)
— Season 1 of Revenge (ABC; 2011-15), as the house of Nolan Ross (Gabriel Mann)
— Season 3, episode 1 of Brothers & Sisters (ABC; 2011), as the ‘Glass House’
— Season 2, episode 1 of 90210 (The CW; 2008-2013), as the house of Naomi and Jen
— Season 4, episode 2 of NUMB3RS (CBS; 2005-2010), as the house of Brett Chandler
This Californian single family residential house, built in 1991, contains 7 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms on a total of 10,023 square feet. It was designed by architecture firm Johnson Fain and structural engineering company Parker·Resnick.
The house, last sold for $975,000 in March 1996 (according to real-estate websites), is not very far from Escondido Canyon Park in the beach city of Malibu, around 30 km west of Downtown Los Angeles.
27326 Winding Way, Malibu, CA 90265, USA
Geolocation: 34.030373, -118.770592
— submitted by Marion KDL, updated by Mich KDL
— Revenge (USA) added by Daniela
Looks awesome on sunny days
I don’t know much about real estate systems. But is this house only for rent?
Hi rr, thanks for stopping by. Unfortunately, real estate systems are not our field of expertise too. 🙂
This house was also seen in American television drama Revenge (2011-2015), it’s Noah’s house. Who is the architect? thank you
thanks Daniela! we’ve updated the listing with the information about Revenge (and credited you!), along with the other US TV shows it has appeared in. from our research, we’ve also found that the architect(s) are from a firm called Johnson Fain, though it’s not stated who specifically. hope this helps!
Hi, do you know who is the architect?
Hi lua, Thanks for stopping by with a good question! In case we know the architect we always add this information; maybe someone who reads this can help out?