Harrison Ford Lists Private and Pristine Los Angeles Mansion
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Academy Award-nominated actor most famous for his roles as Han Solo and Indiana Jones
7 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, 7,164 square feet
Academy Award-nominated actor Harrison Ford has listed his private, pristine and meticulously maintained Los Angeles mansion for $8,295,000, according to The Real Estalker. Public property records show the home was built in 1951 and Ford acquired the Gerard Colcord-designed Country Colonial home in June 1983 for $1,000,000.
Tucked away in a corner of Brentwood where home listings are scarce, Ford’s for-sale estate is set off the street, up a long driveway, offering unparalleled privacy. With sprawling grounds, gorgeous gardens and commanding city and ocean views, this estate is just a stone’s throw from Brentwood Village. Elegantly positioned on a breathtaking lot, the main house and three detached guest suites have all been restored and remodeled to exacting standards and with respect for the classic architecture. The home also features polished wood floors, paneled walls, beau moldings, extensive built-ins, 4 fireplaces – refined detailing at every turn. The interior spaces are perfectly proportioned with gracious rooms flowing from one to another and to the outdoors. There are 4 private bedroom suites in the main house, as well as a cozy library, very large living room, a country kitchen, inviting family room, extraordinary poolside guesthouse and 2 additional, separate guest suites and detailed workshop, all in a beautiful garden setting.
It’s not surprise that Ford is bidding adieu to the mansion he has owned for almost two decades. In September 2011, Ford and his long-time lady love, wife Calista Flockhart, spent $12,650,000 on a brand new 13,767 square foot mansion in Mandeville Canyon area of Los Angeles.
David Offer of Prudential California Realty has the listing