Matthew Perry’s $35M penthouse is Los Angeles’ most expensive apartment for sale

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Inside Matthew Perry’s jaw dropping LA apartment. Picture: Michael MacNamara and Jason Speth

Actor Matthew Perry’s lavish penthouse has hit the market — the most expensive apartment for sale in Los Angeles.

The “Friends” star is asking a jaw-dropping $AUD $53.23 million (USD $35 million) for his newly renovated mansion in the sky.

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The 49-year-old actor is no stranger to real estate deals. Over the last ten years, in addition to acting, writing and producing, has been buying, restyling and reselling some fabulous California homes.

Actor Matthew Perry has the most expensive condo on the market in LA. Picture: Theo Wargo/Getty Images

The most recent that has come to market is this glamorous 40th-floor apartment in the celebrity-approved, paparazzi-proof 42-story Century condominium.

Perry purchased the apartment, which covers the entire 40th floor of the building, right after selling another stunning home in L.A.’s Hollywood Hills Bird Streets in 2017, according to TopTenRealEstateDeals.

Inside Matthew Perry’s jaw dropping LA apartment. Picture: Michael MacNamara and Jason Speth

The Century building has attracted Candy Spelling, widow of filmmaker Aaron Spelling, who bought the top two floors 41 and 42, Paula Abdul, Elizabeth Berkley and Rihanna.

Many more flocked to Century from film industry elites, CEOs and celebrity chefs.

In 2017, Perry bought the entire 40th floor.

Inside Matthew Perry’s jaw dropping LA apartment. Picture: Michael MacNamara and Jason Speth

The building rises above four acres of lush private gardens, and comes with a 75-foot-long swimming pool, screening room, yoga and pilates studios and a wine-storage facility.

Perry’s 40th floor measures in at 866 sqm with ceiling-to-floor views over Los Angeles — visually stunning in daylight and sparkling with lights at night.

Inside Matthew Perry’s jaw dropping LA apartment. Picture: Michael MacNamara and Jason Speth

It includes enormous rooms — a living room with two fireplaces and a huge master suite with multiple living areas.

Overall, there are four bedrooms and eight baths, game room and home theatre.

Perry’s signature obsession with “Batman” is also on full display in a hallway, which he’s lined with memorabilia and figurines from the iconic superhero.

Inside Matthew Perry’s jaw dropping LA apartment. Picture: Michael MacNamara and Jason Speth

The chef’s kitchen has island seating as well as a table for casual dining and a separate dining room with glass walls highlighting the views. Four terraces are perfect for entertaining and dining.

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Best known for his role as Chandler Bing in the hit sitcom Friends, where he made $1 million per episode, Perry has continued to act in television, film and on stage.

Inside Matthew Perry’s jaw dropping LA apartment. Picture: Michael MacNamara and Jason Speth

Matthew Perry as Chandler Bing along with his Friends co-stars: David Schwimmer as Ross Geller, Jennifer Aniston as Rachel Green, Courteney Cox as Monica Geller, Lisa Kudrow as Phoebe Buffay, Matt LeBlanc as Joey Tribbiani (Photo by: NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

His most recent project is a two-part miniseries starring as Ted Kennedy in a Reelz production of The Kennedys: After Camelot.

Having resided in New York for the last year, the actor has decided to selling his 40th-floor apartment in the celebrity-laden Century condominium in Los Angeles, with a whopping price guide of $AUD 53.23 million. (USD $36 million).

Inside Matthew Perry’s jaw dropping LA apartment. Picture: Michael MacNamara and Jason Speth

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