Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart’s New House in L.A.

Harrison FordHarrison Ford and Calista Flockhart's House

Movie star Harrison Ford and “Brothers and Sisters” actress Calista Flockhart started dating in 2002, a year after she adopted her son Liam. The very private couple tied the knot in June of 2010. Now Real Estalker reports that they bought this new place together in L.A.

Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart's new house LA

They reportedly bought the sprawling, nearly 14,000 square-foot home for $12.65 million. I’m surprised that a house with such a hefty price tag has such a prominent garage in front.

Harrison Ford's Brentwood house staircase

The house was newly constructed and originally priced at over $15 million when it first went on the market in early 2010.

inside Harrison Ford's house in Brentwood

The house has 7 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms–plenty of room for family members to visit. Ford has 4 grown children and 3 grandchildren. For more photos and information about the house, visit Real Estalker and X17.

inside Harrison Ford's house in Brentwood 2

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    • A.Men says

      The only thing I like: zebra chairs in bathroom. Pretty blah!

  1. says

    The house is stunning! The kind of house that makes us dream.

    By the way, I miss “Brothers and Sisters” so much! Did you watch it? They cancelled and it’s a shame. I miss that “family”. :-)

    xo

    Luciane at HomeBunch.com

  2. says

    Nothing, I dare say, can top the “Something’s Gotta Give House,” but this one gives it a run for its money. Stunning! Almost looks like it was built to mimic the SGG home. Wonder which was built first …. Thanks for a fun look-see this a.m.!

  3. Junia says

    The house is beautiful!

    But I couldn’t help thinking “wow, that’s a lot of couches!” haha

  4. Kim says

    Anyone else bothered by all the furniture positioning – every piece MUST be either perpendicular or parallel to every other piece of furniture in the room! (except for the huge chaise lounge in the master bedroom). A little 45 degree action would have made the house (even though this is staged furniture) a bit more welcoming. Also a pet peeve here (guess it’s my morning to vent) – regarding the barstools at the kitchen bar. I think there should have been only two – not three, as once they would actually be used at that counter, the person trying to sit on the middle stool would have had to crawl over the occupants on either side! “-)

  5. says

    The style of the house is definitely my style, but I think there should be more mature trees in the front to make it look like it’s been there longer. I also agree with you that the garage shouldn’t be so prominent, it would be better if it was tucked off to the side.

  6. says

    I love the inside, but found the outside a little confusing. The front looked like the back a bit. From the outside, it looked like an older home that had been added on to over the years. The middle part with the front door bothers me because the upper windows are all different sizes, and the dormers look tiny, but maybe that is just the photograph. I do like that it doesn;t look new and out of place. I think the interior is lovely.

  7. says

    I lurve Harrison Ford. Or rather I lurve the 1980’s Harrison Ford. :) Indy does too as evidenced by the blog names he picked for himself and Han Solo.
    The house is lovely! The bathroom literally made me gasp. James Bond asked me what was wrong. The kitchen is fantastic and oh, that warm brown paneled room. I could totally live there. With 1980’s Harrison Ford.

  8. says

    I’m not impressed with the house – beginning with the HUGE garage that you mentioned – to ALL the white! I would certainly hope that Ford/Flockhart would “warm” the place up and make it feel like a home. :/

  9. Maria says

    Love it!

    The only thing I’d want to change is the bathroom – it’s too huge. I like baths but not open to a huge room where you get cold. The garage placement is kinda weird but not a deal breaker – it might be a lot size issue.

    — Oh and I agree…that thar be a whole lotta couches!

  10. Monique says

    It’s a beauty, but I’m with you it would have been more ideal to some how have done something different with the garage. That said I wouldn’t turn it down if it were offered to me.

  11. Kathie says

    Large but nothing special. I like the house in Brothers & Sisters better!

  12. Michele says

    The interior is lovely (I could totally live there) but I agree on the garage. I’m also totally baffled why anyone would need a cafe table and chair near the bathtub!

    • says

      Ditto the confusion about the bathroom cafe set. How would that be used? Sipping morning coffee while your partner has a soak? Inviting a friend over for tea and cakes… in your bathroom? It’s only purpose seems to be to fill space in a room that is simply too large for it’s own good.

      That rant aside, there is a lot to like about this home, particularly all the traditional details in the trim, cabinets, ceilings and windows. Though neutral, it is also very handsomly furnished. The big windows in the paneled library

      • says

        … The fully paneled library offers a great contrast with the rest of the home shown, while the big windows keep the room from feeling dark or stuffy. Great space.

    • Wendy says

      Obviously, that’s where the butler brings your morning tea tray. (I’m seeing Annie with my daughter tomorrow and the line from one song goes, “When you wake, ring for Drake, Drake will bring your tray. When your through, Mrs. Pugh comes to take it away.”) I’m fairly sure that kind of thing happens in a 14,000 sf house.

  13. Magda says

    The whole front of the house is a mess besides having a too-prominent garage. Lots of architectural cliches but not a good design at all.

  14. says

    I LOVE this house- so light and clean feeling. I wonder if Clasita and Harrison would fancy a house-trade? 😉 I agree though- the garage is a bit too prominent. The home would be ideal if the garage was turned 90 degrees.

  15. Kim says

    You’re Welcome! Thanks for sharing this with all of us. I love this house, the inside is absolutely gorgeous. I must agree though, the windows around the front door look a little odd and you think the builders could have chosen some that are the same size. At least the rest of the front looks nice, except for that long looking garage. Other than those things, I love it.

  16. Deb in Oz says

    This is MY house! Seriously, I can see myself in every one of those rooms.

  17. Maggy says

    I almost hate to weigh in here, but here’s my take on the house .. first of all, $14 million is waaay too much to spend on a tiny front entry that’s eclipsed by the gawking garage. Second on my (-) list is that all of the interiors, while very nice and upscale, are so predictable .. I’ve seen tons of homes that have a similar “look” and “floorplan”. Been there, over that. (And again, I have to ask .. for $14 million, just *think* of what you could get!) Perhaps it was the location that demanded that huge sales price.

    Some of the comments alude to the lackluster furnishings and color (aka, ‘relo white’) in the rooms; yes, it definitely looks staged to me. Maybe Harrison and Calista have grand plans for mixing things up. Given their talents, I’m keeping my fingers crossed.

    The backyard, while also lackluster, does have promise, and I really prefer the back exterior of the house to the front. At least it’s got room to “grow” .. a plug to Julia’s last post, but did any of you see the “before” pics of Frances’ yard before it’s transformation? Just goes to show that miracles can occur even in the smallest of spaces, so the Ford/Flockhart family can (and may do) wonders in theirs.

    Another good post, Julia!

  18. says

    It’s gorgeous but I hope they put a little character in it – it seems very “empty”
    Mary x

  19. Nathan says

    I love what I assume to be the master bedroom but not much else.

  20. says

    It’s a very beautiful house but, although I love white, it’s just a teensy bit too white for me. I think adding draperies or some soft window treatments would help tremendously. That study, on the other hand, is cozy and warm. I’m sure you’re right about the staging.

  21. Karen T. says

    Love the entry, piano room, kitchen, and wood paneled den. I, too, would add more color in the other rooms of the home.

  22. shabbychick says

    Very ethereal with all the white, but gorgeous! I especially love the rug and colors in the master bedroom. This house reminds me of the one in “What Lies Beneath” for some reason…. 😉

  23. Maureen says

    I gleaned over the pictures trying to find something, anything, to be inspired by. This house is like someone with too much plastic surgery: while you can’t pinpoint a flaw, there is a disconcerting lack of character.

  24. says

    You are so right Kim on the windows above the front door! Loved the kitchen..hated the bathroom. The whole house definetly needs color too..even if this is a staging. too blah. And the garage overtakes the front entrance. For 12 mil..wow. Wow as in not good. But sure they will put their touches on the inside.. the front outside would have to be with the idea of..”now just wait till you see inside before you judge” kinda thing.

  25. booda bye bye says

    Ahhh…. All I can say is modular mansion. Nice boring job guys! Oh add some more white too!