Kanye West checks out the Sheats-Goldstein home’s Club James pool… with PANTS and SHOES on

Kanye West recently visited one of the most iconic homes in Los Angeles – the Sheats-Goldstein House – where he was pictured trying out the pool fully clothed.

The 44-year-old rapper was photographed standing on the top step of the Club James pool at the home, while still wearing his pants, tucked into a pair of black Balenciaga x Crocs rain shoes, which retail for $695, in a bizarre snap from Sheats-Goldstein House owner James Goldstein.

West was reportedly at the famous home to recruit Goldstein, 81, to help him redesign the $57.3 million Malibu home he bought in September.

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Pool shoes: Kanye West recently visited one of the most iconic homes in Los Angeles – the Sheats-Goldstein House – where he was pictured trying out the pool fully clothed

Goldstein shared the snap on his Instagram on Saturday, with the caption, ‘Kanye tries the Club James pool! #clubjames #ye’

West was seen wearing a black baseball cap, black t-shirt under a blue coat with brown sleeves.

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He was standing in the pool with black pants and black Balenciaga x Crocs rain shoes, with water coming up to his ankles.

Plans: Goldstein reportedly met with West (both seen at a Lakers game in 201) to discuss ‘complex plans’ the rapper has for his newly-purchased Malibu home, with Goldstein helping him redesign the home

Goldstein reportedly met with West to discuss ‘complex plans’ the rapper has for his newly-purchased Malibu home, with Goldstein helping him redesign the home.

The Sheats-Goldstein home is one of the more unique in all of Los Angeles, which is used for several photo shoots and movies such as Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle, The Big Lebowski and Bandits.

West showed Goldstein his new Malibu property and the rapper wanted his ‘expertise and perspective’ on redesigning the home.

Iconic home: The Sheats-Goldstein home (above) is one of the more unique in all of Los Angeles, which is used for several photo shoots and movies such as Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle, The Big Lebowski and Bandits

Goldstein accepted West’s proposal, though it’s unclear at this time what West wants done to the home. 

West bought the home in late-September, one of the few American homes designed by Japanese Pritzker Prize-winning architect Tadao Ando, which was built by Marmol Radziner.

The home was originally listed at $75 million last year before taken off the market and re-listed. 

Proposal: Goldstein accepted West’s proposal, though it’s unclear at this time what West wants done to the home

The 3,665 square feet home features 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms, sitting on a 5,672 square feet lot.

Wall Street financier Richard Sachs bought the home in 2003 for just $1.9 million, spending seven years and several million dollars in renovations. 

It’s unclear what West and Goldstein have in mind for the home at this time. 

In mind: It’s unclear what West and Goldstein have in mind for the home at this time