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'Friends' Star Matthew Perry Lists His $35 Million LA Condo

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By Josh Wells

In the words of Janice, "Oh... my... God!". Matthew Perry has just listed his Los Angeles Penthouse mansion, and it is breathtaking.

What's more ... you can have the "Friends" star's home for only $35 million.

Perry listed his 9,000-square-foot mansion-in-the-sky (designed by Robert AM Stern Architects), and now holds the title as "Most Expensive Condo In Los Angeles".

Perry bought the Century City property just only two years ago for $20 million, and it was worth every penny. An oval design, the building itself is unique in its concave curvature and semi-cericle inset ceiling. The listing boasts 4 bedrooms, 8 baths, fireplace, closets, and four "massive" terraces. Not to mention the amenities of the building itself—featuring concierge, oversized pool, gym, and private wine storage.

And if the all these luxuries weren't enough, your upstairs neighbor is non-other than Candy Spelling (you know, Aaron Spelling's widow). And if there were to be a building block-party? You could count on inviting your fellow tenants Paula Abdul, Rihanna, and Perry's former "Friends" producer, David Crane.

Take a look at what Chandler Bing's bling bought:

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