Matthew Perry may currently have two significant Los Angeles-area residences on the open market, but he’s decided to add a new one to his portfolio.
Perry’s ‘mansion in the sky’ penthouse at the Century building has yet to sell after about a year on the market, and is currently priced at $27 million; the four-bedroom, 10,000 sq. ft. property’s interiors were designed by L.M. Pagano, featuring a crescent motif and stunning eagle’s nest views of the city and ocean. And, only weeks ago, Perry put his oceanfront home in Malibu up for sale for $15 million; that house is a 1960-built, 5,500 square-footer containing four bedrooms and four baths.
The incoming property takes Perry east to Pacific Palisades. The 1965-built ranch was extensively revised prior to the sale. As it now stands, it features a distinguished entry which opens to a common space boasting wide-plank, natural-toned oak, a semi-vaulted ceiling, a gas fireplace inset in a glistening accent wall, and a loft-like sense of scale.
Pleasing touches to the shared living area include the floating planter divider which borders the kitchen which, in turn, features a combined island and breakfast table, and a contemporary combination of elegantly utilitarian cabinetry and stainless. The four bedrooms and four baths culminate in a master with fold-away glass opening to a pergola-covered private terrace.
The master terrace is one of three overlooking the ocean on the .4-acre property as the home opens broadly to its setting via optional glass walls. A spa is situated on the border of the lot.