The Reiner-Burchill Residence is a product from an era of a strong faith in the future’s potential, more specifically the 50s and 60s. Better known as “Silvertop”, it’s a real-life experiment in the “Tomorrowland” marketed and promised by Walt Disney in the early days of Disneyland.

The property is born from the mind of John Lautner. You’ll notice design elements that break the mold of the typical 50s home: interlocking half circles, windows that serve as walls, wide open spaces, a curved concrete roof, and more. Experimental for the moment, these features have stood the test of time, and a simple glance at the below photo is enough to convince us why.

It’s officially on the market for the first time since the mid 70s, and yours for only $7.5 million. For that price, might as well make it one of your vacation homes. Know more.