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‘Star Wars’ director J.J. Abrams lists Pacific Palisades home for $22M

The drive might be already with you if you happen to can afford this home. 

Hollywood heavyweight J.J. Abrams is promoting his sprawling Pacific Palisades property for a whopping $22 million after seven years of calling it home.

Abrams, 54, who wrote and directed “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker,” initially bought the five-bedroom, seven-bathroom property together with his spouse, Katie McGrath, in 2014 for $14.47 million.

The acquisition was across the time his blockbuster franchise hit started filming. Abrams — already well-known for directing films from the “Star Trek” and “Mission: Unimaginable” universes — directed, produced and co-wrote the seventh film within the “Star Wars” franchise. “The Drive Awakens” went on to turn out to be one of many highest-grossing films of all time.

The acclaimed creator can be identified for his progressive reveals, reminiscent of “Felicity,” “Alias” and “Misplaced,” for which he received two Emmys.

However now it’s time for Abrams to maneuver on — coincidentally round “Star Wars Day” Might 4. His East Coast-style conventional home hit the market on April 28, property data present. 

Spanning 7,396 sq. toes, the home features a sun-drenched sport room, and an open prepare dinner’s kitchen that leads right into a household room with a big breakfast house. There’s additionally one other sitting space by means of French doorways to the lined out of doors lounge with a hearth, heaters, a pool and spa, bocce court docket and thoroughly designed gardens. 

The property spans 7,395 square-feet.
The property spans 7,395 sq. toes.
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The outdoors boats a pool and a spa, bocce court and manicured gardens.
The outside boasts a pool and a spa, bocce court docket and manicured gardens.
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An outdoor sitting area  overlooking the city.
An out of doors sitting space overlooking town.
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The game room with endless windows.
The sport room with limitless home windows.
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The two-story foyer.
The 2-story lobby.
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The chefs kitchen with a white marble island.
The chef’s kitchen with a white marble island.
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The living area with a gran piano, coffered ceilings, built-in bookshelves, and floor-to-ceiling windows.
The residing space with a grand piano, coffered ceilings, built-in bookshelves, and floor-to-ceiling home windows.
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The formal dining area.
The formal eating space.
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Of the seven bedrooms is an proprietor’s suite with wrap-around home windows that boast ocean and metropolis views, a big terrace with a hearth, sitting space, separate workplace and a resort bathtub. 

On the decrease stage is a visitor rest room that leads out right into a secret backyard and fountain. 

Different facilities embrace one other workplace, fitness center, a wine cellar, bonus room with a separate entrance, workshop, storage room and a three-car storage.

The master bedroom.
The master suite.
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The expansive terrace from the master suite.
The expansive terrace from the master bedroom.
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A closer view of the pool and hot tub.
A better view of the pool and sizzling tub.
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The outdoor living room.
The out of doors lounge.
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