Matthew Perry has become $4,685,000 richer following the sale of his stunning Hollywood Hills home, and RadarOnline.com can give you a tour inside.
Despite the sizable cash injection, the former Friends actor, who is currently starring in the critically-acclaimed NBC comedy Go On, is still a victim of the slumped housing market, as the sale price is $1 million less than the property’s original listing price, according to Redfin.com — and equates to a whopping $3.95 million less than the $8.65 million the actor paid for the home when he purchased it back in 2011.
This Hollywood Hills bachelor pad was built in 1955, and boasts three bedrooms and four bathrooms. It combines glass, stone and white marble, as well as indoor/outdoor fireplaces.
A gourmet kitchen, Corian bathroom and sleek terraces with wire railings give the home a more modern feel.
The master bedroom has a sliding glass wall that opens out onto a backyard with pool and a hot tub that offers an unparalleled view of Los Angeles.
The 4,093-square-foot home even has its own screening room – perfect for any film and TV enthusiast.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Perry re-listed the home with an asking price of $5,295,000 back in September. That was $400,000 less than the initial asking the year before that, which forced him to take if off the market and lease the property out.
No word on who the buyer is, but judging by the pictures they’ve got themselves a dream home in which to entertain plenty of Friends!