Hollywood bigwig producer, J.J. Abrams, the well-known creator of exhibits “Lost,” “Alias” and “Westworld,” has put his posh, but comfortable, Pacific Palisades, California, on the market for $21.995 million.
Abrams and his spouse, Katie McGrath, bought the home in 2014 for $14.47 million, Dirt reported. The estate is surrounded by a few of Tinsel Town’s best A-listers, together with director Steven Spielberg, Maroon 5’s frontman Adam Levine and even Indiana Pacers proprietor Herbert Simon.
“Painstakingly designed and crafted by the owners for themselves with no detail overlooked and no expense spared,” the itemizing on Realtor.com describes. “Graceful, richly detailed formal living and dining rooms (each with fireplace) and sun-drenched game room. Wonderful open cook’s kitchen/family room with large breakfast area and sitting area open through French doors to covered outdoor living room with fireplace and heaters, pool/spa, bocce court and gorgeous gardens with wide open views that span from the Getty, across Century City to the beach.”
Five bedrooms and 7 loos are unfold out over 7,395 sq. toes with a main suite that options a terrace with beautiful views of each the ocean and the town.
“Another unique old-meets-new part of the home is Abrams’s game lounge with ping pong and Foosball tables alongside a backdrop of crisp white Gothic-style windows,” Architectural Digest stated concerning the property. “This leads to the breathtaking outdoor area with views overlooking the Getty Center, Century City skyline, and the Pacific Ocean. In keeping with the amenities of the property, there’s also an outdoor fireplace on the patio. Like with most coveted West Coast quarters, there’s a stunning heated swimming pool.”
Abrams made a name for himself in the Nineties when he wrote and produced the Harrison Ford-starring movie “Regarding Henry” and later went on to jot down the motion movie “Armageddon.” He created a number of hit collection and in addition directed the 2009 reboot of “Star Trek” and the primary episode in the “Star Wars” trilogy, “Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens,” in accordance with IMDb.