‘GoldenEye’ and ‘Casino Royale’ director Martin Campbell recently reduced the ask on his Los Angeles-area home to $9.25 million.
The movie director and his wife—singer/actress Sol Romero—first put the Pacific Palisades residence on the market in the summer of 2016, asking $10.5 million. That’s well over two years on the market, so here’s hoping the reduced ask will result in a sale for the couple.
The expansive Mediterranean villa-style home spans 10,632 square feet. It was built in the 1990s, but underwent a major remodel in 2005 by architects Kazuko Hoshino and William Hefner.
A double-height foyer welcomes visitors and opens to a large formal dining room. Further inside, a great room with coffered ceilings impresses with plenty of living space and accents like an antique fireplace and a full wet bar.
In addition to luxe accents like mosaic tile, imported stone, and custom ironwork, the home also features a gourmet kitchen with a giant center island, a wine room, and a dedicated guest suite with its own kitchenette. The six bedrooms and eight baths culminate in a large master suite with hardwood floors, a fireplace, and French doors that open onto a covered terrace.
The property exterior is similarly expansive, with a lush lawn, a playground, and a heated loggia all given abundant room to shine.
Campbell’s most recent film was last year’s ‘The Foreigner’; the drama stars Jackie Chan.