Micheal Douglas's newest work isn't an Oscar-nominated film or the latest Ant Man installment—it's a voiceover for a real estate video featuring his own $32.4 million property located on the idyllic island of Mallorca, Spain. The video shows beautiful images of the property and includes some very informative background information from the owner himself. Douglas purchased the estate in 1989 for $3.5 million with his ex-wife, Diandra Lufer.
In the video, the actor explains that the sweeping estate, called S'Estaca, was built in the mid-19th century by Archduke Ludvig Salvator. He says that he was originally drawn to the property because of its rich history. The Oscar-winning actor decided to put his mark on S'Estaca and has spent the past 30 years modernizing and redecorating it.
Situated on 250 acres of land, the home boasts two cottages and five apartments with 10 bedrooms total, a pool, a private vineyard, an olive grove, a wine cellar, and majestic views of the Balearic Sea down below. The home was initially listed for a whopping $60 million back in 2014, but has since dropped to the current asking price of $32.4 million.
The actor and his current wife, Catherine Zeta-Jones, are finally ready to let go of S'Estaca.
“My life has taken a new course, and now it’s time for me to let someone else enjoy the privilege and adventure of S’Estaca,” Douglas says in the video. “Someone who will appreciate the beauty, the privacy and the uninterrupted views. Someone with the vision and the spirit of the creator of S’Estaca, Archduke Ludvig Salvator.”
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