Just weeks after Matt Damon slashed his Los Angeles estate price by a massive $ 3.1 million, the Post may report that the actor has earned a buyer.
Damon initially listed the property – in the high-end Pacific Palisades neighborhood – for $ 21 million in January. But the price was too high for anyone.
On August 4, the sale price dropped to $ 17.9 million, with the pending offer going into effect Thursday morning.
Although not as big as he expected, Damon still walks away with a profit of about $ 3 million, not considering renewal costs and broker fees.
But like a 50-year-old actor-long One of the “most banking” stars – Hopefully he didn’t worry that he could score more for his estate, which he bought in 2012 for $ 15 million. IMDb says Damon’s films have grossed more than $ 4.1 billion in North America alone.
The home sale comes about six months after him Relocated his family to Brooklyn Heights During the ongoing COVID-19 epidemic last summer.
Built in 2005, the property is made up of seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms and spans 13,500 square feet.
En-inspired architectural paradise includes many amenities including a playroom, bar, office, gym, media room, staff quarters and wine room.