Perfectly fine to ignore the obvious color-altering and Photoshopping on this one—Matthew Perry's new 4,000-square-foot midcentury modern, perched in the Hollywood Hills with views of the Strip, holds up just fine. Built in 1962, the temple of steel and glass boasts all the right names, including Poliform, Gaggenau, Dornbracht, Boffi, and Antonio Lupi, not to mention a fancy Australian garage door worth $27K alone. Perhaps the most awesome of all the features, though, is the velvet-clad underground screening room, which offers views of the adjacent pool via an impenetrable Perspex window. All this James Bond razzamatazz don't come cheap: the actor paid $8.65M, a bargain considering the property had been listed for $9.9M.
· Matthew Perry Buys $8.65 Million Home in the Hollywood Hills [AOL Real Estate via Realtor.com]