Matt Damon Asks $21 Million for His Contemporary Los Angeles Home
Designed by architect Grant Kirkpatrick, the Pacific Palisades residence reflects the coastal setting with a lively mix of warm wood, natural stone, and Japanese glass
Matt Damon is parting with his Los Angeles estate after almost a decade, listing the 13,500-square-foot contemporary home for $21 million with the Agency’s Eric Haskell. Damon is likely relocating to his family to their penthouse in Brooklyn, where he shelled out $16.7 million two years ago in what was then the borough’s priciest transaction ever. (He is currently shooting Thor: Love and Thunder in Australia.)
Built in the mid-2000s, the seven-bedroom abode is located in the celebrity-heavy Pacific Palisades enclave, where the Ford vs. Ferrari actor’s best friend Ben Affleck also resides. Architect Grant Kirkpatrick of KAA Design Group conceived the Zen-inspired structure, which features a series of interconnected pavilions that surround a striking 35-foot-tall atrium. An elegant medley of mahogany and stone accents give the interiors a warm vibe, while retractable window walls speak to the indoor-outdoor living trend popular in Southern California.
The three-story home is also laden with movie-star perks, including a private massage room and terrace in the primary bedroom, a state-of-the-art gym, wine cellar, bar, and game room. The lush grounds, meanwhile, feature a resort-style pool, waterfall, palm trees, and a lanai.
Take a look inside the serene interior below: