Take a Look inside Matthew Perry’s Los Angeles Penthouse He Bought for $20 Million
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Friends’ star, Matthew Perry, who has a net worth of $80 million, just bought this amazing penthouse in Century City.
Located in Century City, a neighborhood of Los Angeles, the penthouse apartment spreads on 9,318 square-feet of space.
The full-floor penthouse features four bedrooms and eight bathrooms, according to Trulia.
Boasting floor-to-ceiling windows, the space also includes breathtaking views of the downtown Los Angeles skyline all the way west to the Pacific Ocean.
Also included in the price, Matthew Perry now has a dining room that he can seat up to 25 people, as well as a sun-filled master bedroom and a giant kitchen.
The building on which the condo sits, is a 42-story construction called The Century, which is right at the intersection of Avenue of the Stars and Olympic Boulevard.
What are its best amenities?
Matthew will get to enjoy the luxurious amenities like four private acres of gardens, a gym, Pilates and yoga studios, as well as a screening room, and a spa.
But the best thing about this penthouse is its wine cellar and the 75-foot pool. Pretty cool, right?
Now he doesn’t need to worry about getting a drink because the condo also has bar lounges and a full-service restaurant.
Famous for portraying Chandler Bing on TV series Friends from 1994 to 2004, Matthew Perry has a unique taste for luxury places.
The Odd Couple actor loves expensive Los Angeles real estate. Among this property he just bought, the TV producer also has a $12 million beach house located along the coast of Malibu, California.
He has recently listed another of his homes located in the Hollywood Hills for $13.5 million.
According to a magazine website, he is ready to move in as soon as Friends co-creator David Crane moves out.
Crane and Mad About You producer Jeffrey Klarik became the first to buy in the Robert A. M. Stern-designed building and listed the 1930s-inspired unit in October.
When it first hit the market, the property, finished in 2010, had a price tag of $26.5 million, meaning that Perry got a pretty sweet deal.
Would you have bought it?
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