The West Coast may not be the best coast for Matt Damon. Global Mansion reports that the Academy-Award winning actor has listed his Zen-inspired mansion in the Pacific Palisades area of Los Angeles for $21 million.
Erick Haskell of The Agency is the listing agent for the stunning property, and he says Damon and wife Luciana Barroso's decided to move their family to New York City. In 2017, The Wall Street Journal reported that the couple bought a $16 million penthouse in Brooklyn Heights, the most expensive residential property in the borough at the time. The couple reportedly "loves it there," Haskell is quoted, despite current COVID-19 restrictions.
The LA estate for sale sprawls across 13,500-square-feet and boasts a central atrium with a 35-foot-tall vaulted ceiling, open living room and dining room. With a mix of warm wood and stone, the property would not look out of place in Maui.
“It’s like a tropical retreat,” Haskell says. “You don’t feel like you’re in Southern California anymore.”
The seven-bedroom mansion also includes a gym, a home theatre, and wine storage and tasting rooms. The backyard is decked out with a children’s play area, a koi pond and an adjoining pool area. With an outdoor pavilion, waterfall and spa, the pool area is a vertiable resort.