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Matt Damon is selling his tranquil Los Angeles property

Actor Matt Damon is selling his ‘tropical’ Los Angeles home in the city’s Pacific Palisades neighbourhood for the cool sum of $21m.

The 13,506 sq ft house  – for sale via Eric Haskell of The Agency – was designed by Grant Kirkpatrick of KAA Design Group and is set around a zen central atrium with soaring 35-ft-high mahogany ceilings.

Photography: Eric Haskell Group

Warm woods and stone evoke a natural and calming material palette that is reflected in neutral furnishings. At the same time,  walls of glass and clerestory windows frame pops of greenery from the landscaped gardens.

The seven-bedroom Los Angeles property’s amenities include a games room, bar, office, gym and a screening room. A covered garden pavilion doubles as a lounge and dining area, overlooking the swimming pool in the garden, and there’s also wine storage and tasting room for entertaining guests.

[Via Mansion Global]

Photography: Eric Haskell Group
Photography: Eric Haskell Group
Photography: Eric Haskell Group

A 160-acre Californian estate with views over the Napa Valley lists for $18.5m

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