Matt Damon Lists Miami Mansion for $20 Million

Posted by Rapti Gupta on Apr 13, 2013 08:56 AM EDT
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The “Good Will Hunting” star, Matt Damon has reportedly listed his mansion in Miami Beach, Florida for sale with a $20 million price tag. (Photo : Reuters)

Matt Damon, the "Good Will Hunting" star, has reportedly listed his mansion in Miami Beach, Florida, for sale with a $20 million price tag.

According to the Real Estalker, the estate comprises of two separate lots. Damon purchased the 0.55 acre lot in 2005 for around $10.3 million. Exactly eight months after, he snagged the adjacent 0.46 acre lot for around $4.2 million.

Public listing records reveal that the home was built in 1935. Nicknamed "Maravilla", the mansion is a 12,705 square feet residence, comprising of seven bedrooms and nine full and one half bathroom, all spread across two floors.

Interiors of the home feature dark hardwood, white marble and mixed stone flooring. The home has large glass windows that offer panoramic views of the Biscayne Bay and the ocean. Living spaces include a living room, a great room, a formal dining room and a recreation room. Other features include a den/library, a media room, a modern kitchen with a breakfast area and a laundry room as well.

Outside, the home has a large swimming pool that has a whirlpool in it. A pool house also has a full summer kitchen. The property has a large landscaped garden and a two-car parking garage.

Check out the photos of the home, here.

In April 2012, the housing market was abuzz with rumors of Damon purchasing a Pacific Palisades mansion just alongside pal Ben Affleck's home. However, unlike some rumors this turned out to be true. Damon  reportedly coughed up $15 million for the Pacific Palisades property.

Damon lives in the Pacific Palisades home with wife Luciana Bozán Barroso, step-daughter Alexia and daughters Isabella, Gia and Stella.

The family is gearing up for a big wedding. Apparently, Damon and Barroso are planning to have their dream wedding at the famous Sugar Beach Resort in St. Lucia. The couple said their vows in a private wedding ceremony in 2005 and never really had the privilege of an exclusive ceremony, which is why they will be "renewing" their vows in a grand formal procedure, reportsDaily Mail.

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