Upon seeing this lavish 20-room estate near Santa Barbara, one thing is made abundantly clear.
If the west wing is ever occupied, the owner has plenty of options when it comes to hanging out with, say, his brothers and sisters. (Or, in his case, just a brother).
And who needs a park, when this backyard will most certainly satisfy any recreational needs?
So whose home is it?
"I've always been drawn to a historic, East Coast American aesthetic," the actor tells Architectural Digest in the mag's latest issue about his Georgian-style estate. "I always wanted that house where everybody wants to go—full of energy, dogs, music, fun. I wanted our house to be that house, and it is."
That's for sure.