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Jeff Bridges is selling his incredible £14,800,000 mansion – see the photos

Hanna Fillingham
US Managing Editor
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Jeff Bridges is selling his impressive Santa Barbara mansion that he shares with his wife, Susan Geston. The Academy Award winning actor has put the stunning property, Villa Santa Lucia, up for £14,816,650, Sotheby’s has revealed.

The 9,535-square-foot home was designed by notable Santa Barbara architect Barry Berkus back in 1988, largely replicating Tuscan elegance from the exterior. Surrounded by olive trees, large French doors open onto a terrace overlooking the sea, while stone fireplaces act as a centrepiece in many of the spacious rooms. Impressive features include a large family room with stone brick walls and a high ceiling influenced by the interior of a Tuscan chapel. The kitchen boasts a breakfast area opening onto shaded outdoor dining terrace, along with a large island for preparing meals, while the basement includes a spacious wine cellar and several storage rooms. An elegant master bedroom offers a Romeo and Juliet balcony overlooking the 19.5 acres of land, a walk in wardrobe and en-suite bathroom. As well as an additional four bedrooms, there is a study room offering panoramic views across the Pacific, a family room and recording studio.

Outside, the grounds feature a swimming pool complete with a kitchen and changing rooms, outdoor fireplace, fruit orchards and a 770 sq. ft. guest cottage, with its own living room, kitchen, two bedrooms, fireplace and bathroom. Jeff and Susan purchased the property back in 1994, where they raised their three daughters, Isabelle, Jessica and Hayley.

Click through to check out the inside of Jeff's gorgeous Santa Barbara home

All photos courtesy of Jim Bartsch

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The property features five double bedrooms with stunning views overlooking 19.5 acres of grounds


Jeff's home features an impressive home cinema and recording studio - where the actor no doubt spends a lot of time unwinding


An outside dining area includes a fireplace - ideal for chilly winter evenings, while sun loungers by the pool make for the perfect way to unwind after a long day at work


We love the spacious high beam ceiling of the living room, complete with a grand piano for entertaining with


The rustic mediation room would send anyone into their comfort zone


Over in the family room, a pattern brick wall and fireplace feature with a high cathedral ceiling, resembling a small Tuscan chapel


An outdoor patio area looks to be the perfect place to sip coffee in the day, while unwinding with cocktails during the evening


Relaxing by the pool from the comforts of your own home certainly doesn't sound a bad way to spend the afternoon

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