54-year-old director JJ Abrams has been at the helm of several tremendous projects over the years, including two Star Wars movies, two Star Trek films, Cloverfield, Armageddon, Lost, Alias, and Felicity.
These days, however, he’s a got a whole different project on his plate: selling his home of seven years in Pacific Palisades, California.
Abrams bought the mansion with his wife Katie McGrath back in 2014 for $14.47 million. Today he is asking for an eye-watering $22 million for the 7,395 square foot abode.
— Radar Online (@radar_online) March 2, 2014
According to the home’s listing on Realtor.com, Abrams’ place comes with five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, breathtaking city and ocean views, gorgeous grounds, and rare privacy in the very finest Westside location!
No detail was overlooked and no expense has been spared!
The walled and gated home also boasts richly detailed formal living and dining rooms (each with its own fireplace), a sun-drenched game room, an open cook’s kitchen, as well as a family room with a large breakfast area and sitting area.
The owner’s suite has wrap-around windows, a lavish hotel bath, a separate office, large terrace with fireplace, sitting area, and two furniture-grade closets.
The guest bedroom even has its own secret garden and fountain!
There is also an office, gym, bonus room with separate entrance, workshop, storage room, three-car garage, beautiful gardens, an outdoor living room with fireplace and heaters, a pool/spa, and a bocce court because who doesn’t play bocce?!
— New York Post (@nypost) May 4, 2021
It really is quite the place.
If you’re interested, it will only run you around $103,625 a month in mortgage payments, with a small $4.399 million down payment, of course.
May the 4th be with you.
— Dirt (@DirtDotCom) May 2, 2021