This is $23 million masterpiece house hiding in the green forests of Grünwald, Germany. Decorated roofs almost camouflage the approximately 9,000-square-foot home even from bird view. One must look closely to spot the curvilinear lines of its vast cedar eaves. Finished in 2014, the five-bedroom, five-bathroom compound includes a main home spread across four levels; a summer house; and a guest house with two apartments. Downtown Munich is just 8 miles up the road from Grünwald, one of Germany’s prosperous towns. Showpiece features beyond the serpentine architecture include rolling intarsia wood floors that combine teak, cherry, and other fruitwoods; and 7 unique fireplaces. The more time you spend in the home, the more leaf, branch, and petal shapes you begin to notice among the ceilings and walls. The curved spaces also accommodate a library, a gym, a music room, and a unique car elevator that enters an underground, six-car garage. A nearly Olympic-size indoor swimming pool sits among multicolored mosaic decking and trunk-like green columns. In the steam room, ergonomic lounges facilitate relaxation, and experience showers reinvigorate. Outside, a second pool is disguised by park-like gardens to look like a natural swimming hole. If you’re ready to spend $23 million – check christiesrealestate.com.