Matt Damon has put his LA mansion on the market, after falling in love with Ireland.
The actor lived in Dublin for months last year, spending most of the coronavirus lockdown with his family in Dalkey.
The 13,508-square-foot home boasts seven bedrooms, ten baths, an expansive pool and hot tub, a gym and a wine room.
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The outdoor area of the impressive property features a waterfall, koi pond and Hawaiian-inspired Lanai.
Other key features include a massage room, a game room, a bar and a media room.
The news comes after George Clooney shared Matt’s love for Ireland during an exclusive interview with SPIN 1038 host Sarina Bellissimo last month.
The 59-year-old said: “I talked to Matt while he was there, he absolutely loved being there! And you know with Matt, you never know he could just buy a house there…”
Matt and his family lived in Dublin for about three months from early March, after filming on his upcoming movie The Last Duel was shut down.
Although production was halted due to the coronavirus pandemic, the actor decided to stay in Ireland with his family during lockdown – and he was regularly spotted out and about in Dalkey.
Matt, his wife Luciana Barroso, and three of their children Isabella, Gia and Stella stayed at the former home of Eddie Irvine – which costs €1,000 a night to rent.
Months later, the 50-year-old returned to Ireland in August to finish filming The Last Duel.
Matt previously told Spin 1038 that the Dalkey area was “one of the most beautiful places we’ve ever been”.
The Hollywood actor touched down in Sydney, Australia earlier this week, ahead of the production of the upcoming film Thor: Love and Thunder.
In a statement to local media, the father-of-three said: “I’m so excited that my family and I will be able to call Australia home for the next few months.”