The producer and director J.J. Abrams, who directed “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker,” is managing the sale of his Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles house and has settled on a price of $22 million.
The co-creator of the TV set “Lost” and his wife, Katie McGrath, bought the East Coast-style conventional in 2014, for $14.47 million.
The couple remodels the house, which was in-built in 1995, right into a family-friendly mecca. The walled and gated estate, slightly below 7,400 sq. ft, gives metropolis and ocean views, striking grounds, and unique privateness within the Westside area,
With five bedrooms and seven loos, the ground plan is designed and crafted by the owners itself.
The structure features a front room with built-ins and a hearth, a proper eating room, and a playroom surrounded by home windows, a sitting space, a separate office, tub, two closets, and a non-public terrace.
The residence is ready on a half-acre, and its peaceful environment includes a pool and spa, bocce court docket, and gardens with extensive views that cross the Getty Museum, throughout to Century City, and the seashore.