Matt Damon lists Pacific Palisades mansion for $21 million

Hollywood A-lister, Matt Damon, has put his zen-inspired California home on the market with an asking price of $21 million. Located in the tony, celebrity-studded Pacific Palisades neighborhood in Los Angeles, this home comes with lots of room, extensive amenities, and zen design that fosters a sense of harmony and calm.

Damon first bought the home in 2012 for $15 million, records show. He and his family are selling the approximately 13,500 square foot mansion because they are relocating to New York City as their primary place of residence. While they have lived there for nearly a decade, Damon and his wife, Lucianna Barroso, have done little in the way of major renovations, according to the listing agents.

At the heart of the home is a large open living space featuring floor to ceiling windows and a mahogany ceiling 35-feet above it. The home’s overall architecture and design incorporate a lot of wood and stone, making it really stand out amidst the sleek modern homes of LA.

Mahogany features prominently in the home’s design, along with a lot of other earth and wood tones. This gives the home a feeling of warmth, while also drawing out the natural elements. This, combined with the gated and verdant gardens give the entire home a feeling of peace and tranquility, despite being nested squarely in the ritzy and star-studded Pacific Palisades neighborhood.

The home is very large, especially by the standards of the highly desirable neighborhood. Built on a 0.58 acre property, the home features 7 bedrooms.

Lest you think that the home sacrifices any modern luxuries to achieve its harmonious, one-with-nature feel, think again. Damon’s home sports a whole suite of amenities, from a screening room to a dance studio and lounge to a wine tasting room.

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