Matt LeBlanc Selling 1930s Spanish-Style in Pacific Palisades – Matt LeBlanc – forever the legendary Joey Tribbiani on the American sitcom Friends – is bidding “adios” to his Pacific Palisades Spanish villa of the past nine years.
The mansion’s manicured lawns run for half an acre along the Amalfi Rim, one of the most coveted locations between the Santa Monica Bay and Mountains. Nestled in a steep cliff with lush views of Santa Monica Canyon, the estate offers the utmost privacy and tranquility.
The former Friends star purchased the residence in 2007 after his divorce from actress Missy McKnight. The listing price now rests at $8.75 million, up from the $7.4 million he originally paid for it. Four years ago in 2012, LeBlanc also rented out the property for $12,995 per month.
Native and floral vegetation surround the 3,930-square-foot villa, giving it an overgrown charm. The home is outfitted with stucco walls and red-tile roof in classic 1930s Spanish fashion, while the interior is replete with ironwork and tilework.
On the first floor, the recently renovated cook’s kitchen opens up to an adjacent family room with a decorative fireplace. The sunlit breakfast area ensures that LeBlanc’s alter ego never has to share food. The dining room and cozy den both feature touches of rustic décor: dark wood paneling, hardwood floors, and beamed ceilings.
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