Matt Damon's  Zen-Inspired House  in Los Angeles Sells for  $18 Million

After a year-long search, Academy Award-winning actor Matt Damon has finally found a buyer for his luxurious Los Angeles abode.

The Los Angeles Times reports that  the  actor has sold his Pacific Palisades home to TV executive Ann Sarnoff (the CEO of Warner Bros.) for $18 million.

The sale puts an end to Damon’s ties  to the City of Angels, as the Good Will Hunting actor and wife Luciana Bozán Barroso have long moved their family  to New York.

The actor listed the property for sale back in January, asking $21 million for the Zen-inspired modern home set in Pacific Palisades, one of LA’s most desirable neighborhoods.

Designed by award-winning architect Grant Kirkpatrick, the contemporary home showcases masterful craftmanship throughout its 13,508-square-foot interiors.

With a modern-yet-timeless design, the house is anchored by a breathtaking atrium with 35-foot mahogany vaulted ceilings.

All in all, Matt Damon’s former Los Angeles abode packs 7 bedrooms and 10 baths across 13,508 square feet of space.

Interior amenities include a massage room, game room, bar, office, gym, plush media room, and wine storage and tasting room. And that’s just what you’ll find inside the house!

Outside, the modern home has quite  a few amenities that invite calm and relaxation (perfectly in tune with the rest of the house).

This includes an expansive pool,  spa, a cascading waterfall, koi pond  and Hawaiian-inspired Lanai with a covered lounge and alfresco terrace.

To appeal to the little ones — let’s not forget that Damon is a father of four — there’s also a nice children’s play area.

Where does Matt Damon live now?

The actor and his wife Luciana own a $16.7 million, 6-bedroom penthouse  at The Standish — a posh former  Beaux Arts hotel in New York City.

When the couple purchased the penthouse in 2019, they set a new record for the borough, making them the owners of the most expensive property ever sold in Brooklyn.

While the penthouse consists of  several units merged for extra space, it's still about half the size of the LA home.

There’s also no Zen backyard pool,  so we’re pretty sure the actor will, at times, miss his Pacific Palisades retreat.

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