Jason Statham’s Mid-Century Home

I’m fond of the handsome British action star, Jason Statham. He’s appeared in a lot of lackluster films but I get a kick out of The Transporter movies and loved him in films like Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and The Bank Job. Apparently his taste in architecture is a bit more refined than his ability to choose a decent script. Statham’s Los Angeles home has recently gone on the market and it’s a real beauty!

I couldn’t resist sharing some photos of this beautiful mid-century gem (originally built in 1957) that I swiped from the Redfin real estate site after reading a news headline about the sale. The actor is supposedly shopping around for a new home right now but I can’t imagine why he’s giving up something like this. Maybe his next house will be just as spectacular? Statham’s decorating style is a little too sparse for my own taste and it’s definitely got a masculine edge. It’s easy to imagine the star of The Transporter films relaxing here after a hard day at work.

The following text is from the original listing: “Reminiscent of the famed ‘Glass House’ by Phillip Johnson this meticulously manicured home boldly displays fine lines with its post and beam motif throughout. Outdoor and indoor blend harmoniously as from all aspects natural light flows through the countless floor to ceiling panes of glass. Crisp uber chic finishes in the interior, complement the Jay Griffith designed landscaping throughout the whole property. Culminating with the essentially private pool and bathing area presenting the finest home of its kind on the hill today.”

Interested in purchasing Statham’s home? It will cost you a whopping $2,749,000! More details available at the Redfin site.

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