Matt Damon’s Massive Los Angeles Mansion Gets a New Price Tag

Months after arriving on the market asking $21 million, Matt Damon’s expansive LA home seems to have received a visit from the Adjustment Bureau. The 13,508-square-foot mansion, which Damon and his wife, Luciana Barroso, bought in 2012, now wants $17.9 million. That’s about 15% less than the original ask. The Damon family spent much of this year living in Australia while the star filmed Thor: Love and Thunder, according to Deadline. Based on this price cut, it looks like they are serious about moving on from their contemporary Pacific Palisades pad for good.

The home balances glamour with family-friendly livability, which could be why the Damons held onto it for almost 10 years. A combination of clean lines and natural materials, it has a serene atmosphere and even boasts a massage room.

It can accommodate many with 7 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms across its three stories, embracing a sumptuous scale that rivals the palaces of Asgard. Outside, the property is all koi ponds and waterfalls, along with luscious green landscaping. At this price point and in balmy Los Angeles, the pool and spa should come as no surprise.

This new price is still close to other mansions that have gone up for sale in the star-studded area this year. Michelle Pfeiffer’s former residence listed for $20 million and Chris Albrecht’s home for $16 million, to name a few. Eric Haskell of The Agency holds the listing.