The unique modern home, with a glass box atrium in the middle, was originally built in 1959, and then re-conceptualised and expanded in 1966 to give the home a more open-air vibe. The 4-bedroom, 4-bathroom home is flooded with natural light thanks to floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open directly from the space’s interior to in-ground outdoor pool, expansive deck, fire pit and hot tub.
Dornan purchased the home in 2016 but is primarily based in Europe, a spokesperson for the real estate agency tells PEOPLE. The Cali-cool home is listed through Jeff Kohl of The Agency for $3,195,000.
The eclectic master bedroom is adjacent to the outdoor space, and also features a floor-to-ceiling glass door that leads to the pool area, and the geometric tile bathrooms give the home a modern feel.
In the laid-back simple living room, residents can enjoy the comfort of a fire while also lounging in the glass encasement. The home’s sleek gray and white kitchen with an overhanging counter leads to the bright dining space with a hanging glass lightbulb chandelier.
Open-air dinner parties seem like a must in this home, and since it was obviously built for entertaining, the house has three extra bedrooms and an accessible supplemental patio.
This article originally appeared on PEOPLE