That's one pricey nest! Matthew Perry lists mansion in Hollywood's exclusive Bird Streets for $13.5million

He bought his iconic 1962 residence in the Bird Streets of the Hollywood Hills for $8.65million just six years ago.

Now Matthew Perry has listed his home for $13.5 million, according to the Los Angeles Times.

That's a hefty return of $4.85 million if the 47-year-old actor gets his full asking price.

 Quite a nest: Matthew Perry has listed his 1962 home in the Bird Streets of Hollywood Hills for $13.5 million, some $4.85 million more than he paid for it six years ago

Quite a nest: Matthew Perry has listed his 1962 home in the Bird Streets of Hollywood Hills for $13.5 million, some $4.85 million more than he paid for it six years ago

The stunning 3,821 square feet residence, which overlooks the famous Sunset Strip, features floor-to-ceiling windows that give expansive views of the Pacific Ocean and bright city lights.

The open plan space has an atrium courtyard, living room with a fireplace, a chef’s kitchen, three bedrooms including a master suite and 4.5 bathrooms. 

The home theater sits beneath the house and has two-inch-thick windows that look into the infinity swimming pool.

An attached two-car garage sits off the home’s entrance, a plus in the neighborhood where parking is at a premium. 

 Not much to see from the outside: The stunning 3,821 square feet residence is hidden behind high walls and its two-car garage

Not much to see from the outside: The stunning 3,821 square feet residence is hidden behind high walls and its two-car garage

 Behind the outer wall: The house has an atrium courtyard to welcome guests

Behind the outer wall: The house has an atrium courtyard to welcome guests

 High in the hills: The living room features a fireplace and floor-to-ceiling windows that give expansive views of the Pacific Ocean and city lights

High in the hills: The living room features a fireplace and floor-to-ceiling windows that give expansive views of the Pacific Ocean and city lights

The area got its Bird Streets moniker from the many avian-themed roads, such as Blue Jay Way and Robin Drive, in the enclave.

Matthew is best known for playing Chandler in hit sitcom Friends from 1994 to 2004.

He has also owned homes in L.A.'s Sierra Towers, the Outpost Estates neighborhood and and Malibu’s gated Serra Retreat, per the Times.

However, the star has been spending far less time on the West Coast since his debut as a playwright.

His first effort, The End Of Longing, in which he also starred, opened last year in London's West End. 

It premiered stateside in an off-Broadway production from MCC Theater on May 18 and wrapped its run on June 24.