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Nearly eight months after listing it, and following a $3.1 million price cut in August, Matt Damon has officially sold his seven bedroom, 10 bathroom Pacific Palisades home, the New York Post reports. The actor and his wife, Luciana Barroso, purchased the house in 2012 for $15 million, leaving them with just shy of $3 million in profit, assuming that the home sold for around its last asking price of $17.9 million.
The 13,508 square foot dwelling was designed by Grant Kirkpatrick and built in 2004, though the wood accents and window-laden walls give the space a timeless feeling. Among the most impressive details of the design is the sunny atrium that features massive 35-foot tall mahogany vaulted ceilings, giving the surrounding living spaces a stately quality. The primary bedroom, like many of the other spaces on the premises, features elegant clerestory windows, along with a private terrace, dual dressing rooms, and a luxe bathroom that contains a soaking tub, walk-in shower, dual sinks, and access to a massage room.
The backyard is picture perfect for decadent dinner parties underneath the Hawaiian-inspired lanai which covers a lounge area and outdoor dining space. Nearby is a sizeable pool, spa, koi pond, and cascading waterfall. The game room, media room, and wine storage room offer even more opportunities for entertaining guests.
Back in January of 2019, Damon made Brooklyn real estate history with the purchase of his $16.745 million penthouse, and according to the Post, the Damon family have been primarily residing in that space since July 2020.
Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest