Black Panther actor and Creed director/producer Michael B. Jordan is adding house flipping to his long list of accolades.
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The actor, who’s gearing up for the March release of Creed III, has listed his Los Angeles home, asking $12.995 million for the modern farmhouse he bought just 8 months ago.
Jordan stands to make a pretty penny from the sale. If his Encino house sells at full ask, the actor would bank close to half a million.
Let's take a closer look at Michael B. Jordan’s house, a swanky 8-bedroom modern farmhouse that's now on the market for $12.995 million
Sitting on a half-acre lot in a pricey Encino neighborhood in Los Angeles, the property checks every box: premium location, luxurious finishes, and a modern-yet-warm design.
With matte black exteriors, warmed up by strategically placed lighting and wood accents, the celebrity home stands out with its superb architecture.
It welcomes visitors with an impressive 20-foot front door
It has a total of 8 bedrooms, 10 baths, and 4 half baths, with the massive primary suite being equipped with boutique store-sized walk-in closets.
The long list of amenities includes a soundproof movie theatre, glassed-in wine room, wet-bar, two en-suite bedrooms, a gym/salon and dipping spa.
A chef’s kitchen with massive dual islands flows beautifully into the family room.
The massive sliding glass doors open to the outdoors, offering the perfect indoor-outdoor California style living.
The backyard is a private oasis with an outdoor kitchen, a swimming pool, spa, and cabana, and a two-story guest house.
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