Oscar-winner Jeff Bridges sells his Montecito mansion (at a discount)
The Dude abides — by this sale.
After listing the home two years ago, actor Jeff Bridges has finally sold his 5-bedroom, 5.5 bath house for just under $16 million.
Bridges — best known for his roles in "The Big Lebowski," "Crazy Heart," and "Hell or High Water" — bought the property in 1994 from "Footloose" musician Kenny Loggins. Bridges originally listed the property for $29.5 million in 2015.
The home resembles an Italian villa with ivy-covered walls, a terra-cotta roof, and a massive, hand-carved door. The property, dubbed Villa Santa Lucia, is set on 19 wooded acres, and offers views of the Pacific Ocean.
Peek inside the jaw-dropping property:
The sunken living room boasts an antique stone fireplace and wood-beamed ceilings. Nearby chandeliers are adorned with Murano glass, and the master bedroom features its own intimate sitting area next to a fireplace.
There are musical artifacts — including a stash of guitars — throughout the home (Bridges won an Oscar for his role as a singer in "Crazy Heart," and has released several albums). And, in case you're looking for a place to stash that "nice marmot," there's a 770-square-foot guest cottage with skylight and galley kitchen.
French doors open from the living room to a terrace overlooking the ocean in the distance. The backyard's turquoise pool features a small waterfall. For chillier nights, the patio also offers an outdoor fireplace.
The new owners will have a selection of A-list celebrities as neighbors, including Ellen DeGeneres, Oprah Winfrey, and even Al Gore.
Susan Perkins of Sotheby's International Realty carried the listing.