Jim Carrey’s attempts to sell his luxurious California mansion have spanned a year.

Despite lowering the asking price twice, the Hollywood actor has the problem of selling the luxury property.

It all started in February of last year, when Carrey listed the Los Angeles mansion for a whopping $29 million.

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Two months later, in April, a minor $2.4 million discount was applied, but no possible purchasers came from the woodwork.

“The California real estate market is currently enduring a dry spell. These multi-million-dollar properties, if originally priced too high, can sit on the market for a long time,” a Los Angeles-based realtor told The Post.

Carrey himself stated that his choice to sell arises from his changing lifestyle.

“For three decades, it’s been a sanctuary for me, but I don’t spend much time there anymore, and I want someone else to enjoy it as much as I did,” Carrey previously told The Post in a statement.

Carrey previously told the Wall Street Journal that this residence was “a place of enchantment and inspiration” for him over “30 very creative and prosperous years.”

“Every night the owls sang me lullabies and every morning I sipped my cup of Joe with the hawks and hummingbirds, under a giant grandfather pine,” he told me.

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The actor’s announcement came amid talk of retirement. In a 2022 interview with Access Hollywood, Carrey alluded at the prospect of retiring from acting entirely, citing a need for a sabbatical until presented with a script of extreme importance.

The estate, built in 1951 and last sold in 1994 for $3.8 million, has sumptuous features dispersed across its 2-acre property.

It is a modern ranch-style home with 12,700 square feet of living area, including a big living room with high vaulted ceilings and French doors to the outside.

The main suite is a haven of luxury, with a tiled fireplace and a private balcony.

The property also includes an Art Deco theater, a lit tennis court, a waterfall pool and spa, gardens, and a guesthouse, among other features.