Matt Damon is not feeling so Zen in L.A. any longer.
Earlier today, the 50-year-old star noted his estate in the upscale, celebrity-favorite Pacific Palisades community of Los Angeles for an asking cost of $21 million. Listing representative Eric Haskell of The Agency, informed the Wall Street Journal that Damon is offering the home since he and his household just recently chose to make New York City, where they own a condominium, their main house.
The star’s more than 13,000-square-foot, three-story Southern California estate includes 7 bed rooms and 10 restrooms. The “Zen-inspired” home, developed by Grant Kirkpatrick of KAA Design, boasts open-plan home and an atrium with 35-foot mahogany rose ceilings, and a cooking area with personalized mahogany cabinets and Bluestone counter tops and stainless-steel devices.
There is likewise a recreation room, a bar, a red wine space, and a big pool and yard with a kids’s backyard. Damon shares 4 children—Alexia, 22; Isabella, 14; Gia, 12; and Stella, 10—with other half Luciana Barroso. The outside location likewise consists of a waterfall, a koi pond and Hawaiian-motivated Lanai, or covered outdoor patio.