Hollywood producer Jerry Bruckheimer lists his secluded glass LA home with seven bedrooms and an outdoor pool for a cool $14.5 million

blog_press_08_14_15By Mia De Graaf 

  • Jerry Bruckheimer, 71, owns a roster of property including a ranch in Hollywood and a farm in Kentucky
  • His glass and steel LA home is surrounded by a wall of bamboo, was ‘built to interact with the outdoors’
  • The 9,000-square-foot, seven-bedroom home he shares with his wife has hit the market for $14.5 million 

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