Matthew Perry: Hollywood Hills mansion of Friends' cast's Chandler Bing goes on market after ketamine death

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The property has three bedrooms, four baths and sprawls over 2,566 square feet

Matthew Perry's mansion, bought just three months before his tragic death for $5 million (£4 million), is back on the market.

The Hollywood Hills house, located at 1479 Rising Glen Road, boasts three bedrooms, four baths, sprawls over 2,566 square feet and sits on a 9,622 square foot lot.

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Perry sealed the deal for $4,995,000 (£3,976,546) on 31 May 2023, shortly before he passed away suddenly at 54 on 28 October that year.

Nestled above the Sunset Strip, the house features a classic design with glass walls surrounding a sun-filled patio. Privacy is assured with surrounding gates and a spacious driveway leading to a double-car garage.

The south-facing deck offers a swimming pool and fire-pit, basking in sunlight throughout the day, ideal for entertaining guests.

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Each bedroom includes an en-suite bathroom with ample natural light. The house combines classic architectural design with modern elements, featuring bright walls, wooden accents and earth-toned patterns.

Perry's death shocked the world, but he had already amassed considerable wealth from his role as Chandler Bing on Friends, and investments in real estate.

Despite his success, Perry had downsized his property portfolio in recent years, selling properties totalling $35 million (£28 million). His real estate journey began in 1994, shortly after Friends premiered, with a two-bedroom home in the Hollywood Hills.

Over the years, he traded up, acquiring larger properties including a mansion in Beverly Hills and a condo on the Sunset Strip.

Perry's last purchase before his passing was a $6 million (£4.8 million) cottage in the Pacific Palisades neighbourhood of Los Angeles, though he never got the chance to enjoy it before his death.

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