Jeremy Renner looks set to make an $18 million profit from the sale of a Beverly Hills mansion, which has been renovated into a state-of-the-art home.
Jeremy Renner has put his Beverly Hills mansion on the market for $25 million.
The 'Bourne Legacy' actor is looking to make a profit from one of his real estate deals by putting his Holmby Hills estate - which he purchased with business partners in 2010 for $7 million - with a sale currently pending for $18 million more than his original buying price.
The lavish 6-bedroom, 11-bathroom modern build in Holmby Hills was on the market for six months before an interested buyer came along, Trulia.com is reporting.
It seems Jeremy knows his stuff when it comes to real estate, managing to more than triple the property's worth by hiring top architect Philip Vertoch to renovate the home over the last three years, kitting it out with designs by Kristoffer Winters.
Nicknamed The Reserve, the spacious build spans 10,000 square-feet and features five fireplaces, a home theatre, private spa and pool.
It is likely Jeremy's prospective buyer could be a fellow A-lister, since the ultra modern home is located on two acres of gardens and boasts a high tech security system to banish intruders.
Meanwhile, the 42-year-old actor lives in a more modest apartment in Los Angeles with his ex-girlfriend Sonni Pacheco, a Canadian model, and their four-month-old daughter Ava Berlin.
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