Almost a year since he announced his retirement, actor Jim Carrey has put up his Los Angeles mansion for sale at $28.9 million (almost P2 billion).
The 60-year-old comedian bought the ranch-style mansion in 1994, which he described as “a place of enchantment and inspiration” where he lived for over “30 very creative and prosperous years.”
The 2.1-acre Brentwood estate showcases its almost one-story structure perfectly blending with nature with its dominant classic white paint and spacious garden.
As stated in the listing of Janelle Friedman, the realty agent from Sotheby’s International Realty, the mansion features five spacious bedrooms and nine bathrooms—six full, and three partial.
The living, dining, and family rooms have fireplaces with high ceilings and visible beams that create a warm, welcoming feeling for small or large gatherings.
The home also reflects the actor’s creativity. Aside from acting, Carrey is also known for his paintings and sculptures, like the large-scale painting Hooray We Are All Broken, which adds a much needed burst of color in the living area.
Its kitchen is filled with spacious cabinetry, convenient both for a small dinner or large feasts, including indoor barbeque. In the circular breakfast room, future owners will be greeted with a picturesque view of the yard.
While his paintings, sculptures, and other memorabilias are not included in the selling of the mansion, his original home features a room that displays some of Carrey's iconic costumes, including the blue overalls from The Cable Guy and the Santa Claus costume from The Grinch.
In the bar area, his Riddler costume from Batman Forever and some of his trophies from the MTV Movie & TV Awards are also on display.
The mansion also has a custom art deco theater. Future owners can fully relax sitting on the mohair-covered sofas, burl wood columns, snack area, and a lavish marble bathroom.
The outside features of the house is just as magnificent. Aside from its majestic trees and luscious garden and landscapes, it also has a tennis court, gazebo, waterfall pool and spa, pool house with bar, fireplace, and separate infrared sauna and steam room.
For chill relaxation, the mansion also has entertaining patios, a vegetable garden, and a meditation platform.
Cozy and charming as it seems, Carrey shared that he no longer spends most of his time there, hence, he decided go put it up for sale, saying, "I want someone else to enjoy it as I have."