Matthew Perry’s mansion on sale for $5million!

Matthew Perry’s empty mansion he bought three months before his drugs death is on sale for $5 million.

The troubled ‘Friends’ actor – who spent years fighting drink and drug addictions before he died aged 54 on 28 October after being found unresponsive in a hot tub at his home in Los Angeles – bought the home in LA but never got to enjoy the luxury property. is reporting the Hollywood Hills pad is at 1479 Rising Glen Road and boasts three bedrooms and four bathrooms over a massive 2,566 square feet, on a 9,622 square foot lot.

Matthew is said to have closed the sale for $4,995,000 for the fully-furnished house on 31 May last year.

The Mail said: “The stunning home perches in the hills above the iconic Sunset Strip and boasts a classic look, with walls of glass surrounding a sun-filled patio at the centre of the property.

“From the street, the house offers privacy with surrounding gates and a large driveway leading to a double-car garage.”

Matthew never got to enjoy the home before he was killed by the “acute effects of ketamine”.

In 2020, he sold his Malibu beach house for $12.95 million and bought the $6 million ranch-style property where he died in the Pacific Palisades neighbourhood of LA.

The mansion currently on sale also features a swimming pool, fire-pit and a south-facing deck, with each bedroom fitted out with an en-suite bathroom.

Listing agents Greg Holcomb and Tim Durkovic of Douglas Elliman declined to comment, according to the Mail.

Along with the fortune he made from playing Chandler Bing in ‘Friends’ Matthew racked up a property portfolio worth millions.

He sold his properties for a total of $35million over the last years and had been replacing them with more modest homes – but is said to have died with a net worth of $120 million.