Inside Matthew Perry’s Stunning $35 Million Penthouse, The Most Expensive Condominimum In Los Angeles

September 18, 2019 16:35

Although "Friends" ended in 2004 (and some cast members' careers after the show were more lucrative than others), the cast is still making bank.

For instance, Matthew Perry's worth is estimated by Celebrity Net Worth of around $80 million.

Metthew Parry's incredible penthouse

Still, it might be a surprise to hear that Matthew Perry owns a 9,290-square-foot luxury home which takes up the entire 40th floor of the Century building.

The former "Friends" star purchased the elephantine, full-floor aerie in 2017 for $20 million, notably below the $26.5 million asking price.

Perry has since spent a significant amount of time and money updating and renovating the space with the help of architect Scott Joyce and interior designer LM Pagano. That's why today the penthouse is worth whopping $35 million making it the most expensive condominium currently on the market in Los Angeles.

The home boasts “a stunning palette of textures and colors that are both contemporary and classic," according to designers.

The amazing sky mansion offers four bedrooms serviced by five full and three bathrooms.

Further luxuries include four fireplaces, remote-controlled window treatments, four parking spots in the on-site parking garage and four terraces from which there are toe-curling, 360-degree city, ocean and mountain views.

The high-end kitchen is decked out in white wood cabinetry and a white marble-topped center island, and there's also an informal dining area and family room nearby.

The building as a whole offers such amenities as a 75-foot-long pool with cabanas, a full-service restaurant, a library, a screening room, a fitness studio and gym, private wine storage, and 24-7 security and concierge services.

In addition to his Century City penthouse, Perry still owns a beachfront Malibu home that he bought for $12 million in 2011.

Fans' reaction

Multiple people, however, don't think it's cool to spend so much money on a house, saying:

Well, Matthew worked hard to earn his money and we believe he is to decide how to spend it. After all, buying real estate can be a profitable business.