Harrison Ford Sells Longtime Home for $8.195M

Two huge mansions is too much space, even for a superstar like Harrison Ford. So just like many A-listers who have tried their luck with the real estate market lately, Harrison Ford listed his longtime Brentwood home in April. Lo and behold, the actor and his wife Calista Flockhart just sold the home, which he's owned since 1983, for $8.195 million, reports the Los Angeles Times. Check it out.

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Two huge mansions is too much space, even for a superstar like Harrison Ford. So just like many A-listers who have tried their luck with the real estate market lately, Harrison Ford listed his longtime Brentwood home in April. Lo and behold, the actor and his wife Calista Flockhart just sold the home, which he's owned since 1983, for $8.195 million, reports the Los Angeles Times. Check it out.
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Ford has owned the house since 1983 (the same year "Return of the Jedi" was released) when he paid $1 million for the Brentwood property.
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The house was originally designed by Gerald Colcord and built in 1951, reports the Los Angeles Times. The property itself provides maximum privacy since it's set off the street (and right below the famous Getty Museum) all the way at the end of a gated and secure driveway.
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The New England traditional estate boasts a 7,164-square-foot main house, along with three detached guest suites. Ford decamped to a swanky mansion, which he scooped up last September for $12.65 million.
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A view of the living room, which features one of four fireplaces in the classy spread. The original asking price of the spread was $8.295 million.
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The main house has been restored and remodeled in keeping with the original design, according to the Los Angeles Times. During the renovations, Ford would fly down to pick up Liza Kent, the assistant of the late Gerard Colcord. After Colcord passed away, Kent was in charge of finishing the late architect's projects.
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Here's a look at Ford's former home office, which boasts paned glass windows and a wall of built-in shelves.
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The renovations and remodel took about five years to complete. Here's a look at the formal dining room where Ford's carpentry skills came into play--he reportedly made the mantel in the estate's detached carpentry workshop.
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A view of the charming kitchen in Ford and Flockhart's former digs.
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The home is chock-full of paneled walls and built-ins as exemplified in this family room.
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Here's a view of the classy modern suite, which features a vaulted ceiling, fireplace, and paned-glass windows.
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A view of the master bathroom, which is one of eight baths in the "Indiana Jones" actor's home.
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Set on the terrace are a couple of Adirondack chairs where we imagine the married couple taking in the awesome views from the elevated vantage point of this sweet house.
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There are four bedroom suites in the main house with three detached guest suites on the property as well, which makes for seven total bedrooms in Ford's luxe compound.
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Either this home has been perfectly staged or Ford and Flockhart have impeccable taste when it comes to color and design.
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While not photographed in the public listing photos, the home includes a bomb shelter, which was commonplace in houses built in the fifties.
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The Brentwood estate comes with this sparkling swimming pool.
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Ford and Flockhart's new pad spans over 13,700 square feet and is located in the Mandeville Canyon area of Los Angeles. The couple paid a steep $12.65 million for their new mansion.
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The former crib of the A-list couple sits on close to .80 acres of land and comes with a bevy of lawns and manicured gardens.
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