John Woo Sells Brentwood Home for $2.7 Million

Posted by Rapti Gupta on Jun 20, 2013 10:25 AM EDT
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The residence is a 5345 square feet home comprising of five bedrooms and seven bathrooms. (Photo :

"Face Off" director John Woo has reportedly sold his home in Brentwood, Los Angeles, for $2.7 million. He purchased the home in 2002 for around $995,000. Looks like, he has sold it for a good profit.

According the LA Times, an unidentified buyer purchased the pad for the aforementioned price. Ying Young and Glenda Lousignont of Keller Williams were the listing agents of the home while Jill Jenks Galloway of Hilton & Hyland, which is an exclusive affiliate of Christie's International Real Estate, represented the buyer.

Listing records of the home state that the residence is a 5345 square feet home comprising of five bedrooms and seven bathrooms. The two story house has plush interiors with hardwood, stone-tile and marble flooring. Large living spaces are adorned by French doors and windows.

According to the Blog:

"John Woo may not be leaving Hollywood for good, but he's moving out of Brentwood. The acclaimed action-film director - whose list of works includes Broken Arrow, Face/Off and the 2003 Ben Affleck masterpiece Paycheck - recently parted ways with his longtime home, selling the Los Angeles property for a reported 2.7 million. Woo originally purchased the property in 2002 for $995,000 and later commissioned the building of a five-bedroom, seven-bathroom traditional in 2006. Measuring 5,345 square feet, the two-story abode features a spacious master suite with its own outdoor deck, a secondary master on the lower level and a well-appointed chef's kitchen."

Check out the photos of the home, here.

All the proceeds from the sale will probably be invested in his new production project, "The Crossing", which he will also be directing. Woo has roped in Japanese heartthrob, Takeshi Kaneshiro and Zhang Ziyi to play the leads in the romantic story that will be delivered in two parts.

In an interview with Screen Daily, Woo said:

"It is about three couples from different backgrounds whose lives are affected by the tide of history. They survive war and disaster to finally find happiness. But this is not a heavy or sad story. It is a story of hope, and has a lot of action, drama and humor."

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