Per the LA Times, Barton bought the colossal compound—which sits on 1.2 acres of land—over a decade ago for $6.4M.
The palatial property boasts one enormous central mansion, as well as three detached guesthouses, offering a total of eight bedrooms, ten bathrooms, six fireplaces and 9,800 square feet of living space.
The colossal eat-in kitchen features a huge center island, plus custom cabinetry and oak-concealed appliances.
There’s also a library, office, and a formal dining room complete with checkered tile floors and wall-length French windows.
The massive master suites holds a marble-covered master bath with his-and-hers steam rooms.
Outside you’ll find several terraces, patios, gardens, and a swimming pool for entertaining, not to mention breathtaking views that reach all the way to Catalina Island.