Matt Damon's $15 Million California Mansion (House of the Day)
Of course Jason Bourne would buy a $15 million mansion in the Pacific Palisades
. Of course he would
This seriously Bourne-worthy Los Angeles-area home, described as "the best home in the Pacific Palisades," was just snapped up
by "Bourne Identity" star Matt Damon and it's obvious why: 35-foot mahogany vaulted ceilings, disappearing walls of glass, a floating staircase, a spa pavilion, a huge in-home gym (naturally), a koi pond. Maid's quarters, even. Two of them
. Because Jason Bourne can kill five people at once but he can't make his own eggs or fold his own laundry.
The Grant Kirkpatrick-designed home also boasts seven spacious bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, a five-car garage and a gargantuan outdoor swimming pool. To offset the sheer decadence of the property's luxury features (disappearing walls of glass? A floating staircase? Maids' quarters?!
), the decor is super-earthy and zen -- warm tones, stone walls, wood floors. We're huge fans. Of both of them.
Thanks to our pals at Curbed
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