July 24, 2020
Friends star Matthew Perry forced to slash price of Batman-inspired ‘Mansion in the Sky’ LA penthouse by $8m to $27m
FRIENDS star Matthew Perry has slashed the asking price of his stunning LA apartment by $8million.
Perry has been trying to sell the LA penthouse of The Century block, near Beverly Hills, for a year and has now knocked it down to $27million from $35million.
His luxurious 9,300 feet penthouse apartment couldn’t be more different from the apartment he shared with Matt LeBlanc, 52 in the popular sitcom – and there’s definitely enough room for a chick and a duck in this amazing flat.
The former Mr Bing’s “mansion in the sky” that he bought for $20m back in 2017, has four bedrooms, eight bathrooms and four terraces overlooking the beautiful city which occupies the entire 40th floor of the building.
The master bedroom, which fits a king-size bed with crisp white sheets and luxurious grey textured bed frame, offers a 180-degree view across the LA skyline with an en suite bathroom.
The apartment, which is listed as LA’s most expensive condo currently on the market also includes a dazzling bright white high-end kitchen that has a separate breakfast area and seating.
Matthew’s flat has a “grand” living space with floor-to-ceiling windows, funky on-trend chairs and decorative tables and ornaments to complete the homely-vibe.
The velvet-textured furniture, grey and green colour scheme and polished to perfection wooden floorboards continue throughout his modern abode.
The West Century Drive apartment which is located in The Century building is also described as a “Bat Cave” because of it’s running theme throughout the flat which is inspired by his favourite superhero – Bat Man.
Matthew’s flat also has it’s own “plush” Bat Man themed screening room, pool table and the high-end building also offers a range of activities including a pool, gym, movie theatre and even private wine storage.
The 50-year-old actor, who has an estimated worth of $80million (£63million) played Chandler Bling from 1994-2004 in the American sitcom Friends.
According to the Los Angeles Times, Perry made the decision to sell the apartment due to the fact that the actor is now primarily based in his properties in Malibu and New York City.
Since the show ended Matt, although aging is inevitable, he has looked a little worse for wear after admitting he’s struggled with addiction issues in the past.
In 2016 he admitted he had forgotten “three years” of Friends due to his addiction.
He recently worried fans by admitting that he was kicked out of therapy after announcing it on Twitter to his 1.26m followers.