Over the years L.A. has been home to many things—clement weather, aspiring actors, avocados. But Laurel Canyon, that slim verdant cleft in the Hollywood Hills just above the Sunset Strip, has always been a solace for creative types, from Harry Houdini to Frank Zappa and Joni Mitchell. At the turn of the millennium, a young actor from Tiffin, Iowa, named Ashton Kutcher was building his career on That 70’s Show, while personally renovating a swinging bachelor pad in the Canyon with his father Larry. But by the time work was completed on the site, Kutcher fils had gone off and married Demi Moore, and the couple relocated to a house down the road. Now that Kutcher’s original 4-bedroom, 3,200-square-foot manse on 4 acres is for sale—fittingly, for a pioneer of Twitter—online at Zillow.com, Mister @aplusk is inviting you over for a tour. Staged by the good folks over at Gilt Home, the house, complete with infinity pool, lofted space, and exposed beam ceilings (not to mention a theater and wine room), is L.A,-modern to the hilt. Log on to Gilt City Los Angeles today at 4:00pm ET to purchase your own visit—the proceeds will go the Demi and Ashton foundation that seeks to put an end to child slavery, and hey, maybe you, too, can make your home in the Canyon.