Inside Jeff Bridges’ $8 Million California Mansion
The Dude’s lavish estate is for sale, so let’s have a look inside.
The historic single level Spanish Revival house was originally built in 1919 by famed architect James Osborn Craig, and was completely renovated in 2016 while preserving the original windows, doors, and hardwood floors.
Spread out over four acres of property, the estate has 5 fireplaces, three bedrooms, and two-and-a-half bathrooms.
Additionally, the property has a two-bedroom pool house, a one-bedroom guest house, a 5,000-square-foot carriage house, and gated horse facility with a tack room and five stalls.
The main building has completely remodeled bathrooms, high vaulted ceilings, and french doors in every room opening up to “wonderland of magical gardens,” according to the listing.
A renovated kitchen is decked out in plenty of wood, “upscale” appliances, and quartz counters.
In the master suite are high beamed ceilings, large bay window, a fireplace, dual walk-in closets, and french doors leading to the garden.
And in the ensuite master bath are teakwood floors, hydronic heat, a tub, and an oversized marble and glass shower.
A pool and spa area in the garden is surrounded by a red brick terrace, and a separate outdoor area with a fire pit is shaded by large trees.
All 175,111 square feet of this house can be yours for just $32,218 per month in mortgage payments and a $1.599 million down payment.
No word on whether the posh pad includes a rug that “really ties the room together.”