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Jim Carrey's Mansion Gets a Price Cut: Is Ace Ventura on the Case?

Hold onto your rubber faces, comedy fans! It seems that the ever-hilarious Jim Carrey is ready to say "goodbye" to a piece of his past. According to a recent Yahoo! Lifestyle article, Carrey has reduced the price of his ranch-style house in LA's Brentwood neighborhood. He first listed the property in February for $28.9 million, but it seems that even the combined powers of Ace Ventura, The Mask, and Lloyd Christmas couldn't find a buyer. So, he's decided to sweeten the deal by dropping the price to a cool $26.5 million.

Now, before you start imagining wild parties with Ventura's menagerie or The Mask's zany antics, you should know that Carrey's Brentwood abode is more of a tranquil sanctuary than a comedy playground. Tucked behind over 280 feet of hedges and a stately red brick gate, the 2-acre property boasts a tennis court, a dreamy swimming pool with a waterfall, a gazebo, a pool house (complete with sauna and steam room), a vegetable garden, a yoga and meditation platform, and plenty of landscaped areas for relaxation and entertainment.


The 12,700-square-foot main house features five bedrooms and nine bathrooms, with polished brick and hardwood flooring throughout. And, of course, no Hollywood home would be complete without an Art Deco-style theater, adorned with luxurious mohair couches and a burl wood bar. Snack area included, because let's face it, no movie marathon is complete without popcorn!

Despite its tranquil setting, Carrey's home still holds a special place in his heart. He told The Wall Street Journal that the property has been "a place of enchantment and inspiration" during his time there, with owls singing him lullabies and morning coffee shared with hawks and hummingbirds.

So, if you've ever dreamed of living like a comedic legend (minus the wacky hijinks), this serene paradise might be the perfect fit. Check out the full Yahoo! Lifestyle article for more details and a video tour. Just remember, if you do decide to make an offer, be prepared to negotiate with the "Cable Guy" himself!

What's your favorite Jim Carrey movie moment? Share your thoughts in the comments below, and let's keep the laughter going!




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