In celebrity news heard round the world on Tuesday, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, arguably Hollywood’s highest profile couple, are divorcing.
And with six children in tow and enormous wealth (estimated at $400 million by Celebrity Net Worth in May) they jointly acquired during their 12 years together, the breakup is certainly going to create enough fodder for a Hollywood-sized drama.
We can only imagine that the couple’s real estate portfolio will be a focal issue. Below is a list of the homes currently or once belonging to the Jolie-Pitt clan.
Year bought: 1994
Price paid: $1.7 million
This traditional Craftsman’s house in Los Feliz, Calif., which Mr. Pitt bought in 1994 for $1.7 million, is reportedly the couple’s main residence, according to Eonline. Over the years, he’s expanded the property by buying two to three more next to the main residence. There is a pool and park for their children to play, complete with slides and sand box.
Santa Barbara Beach House
Year bought: 2000
Price paid: $4 million
The two also have a vacation home in the Golden State. They bought a coastal ranch in Santa Barbara in 2000 for a reported $4 million, according to Daily Mail. It sits on 11 acres and is in close proximity to Gaviota State Park.
Chateau Miraval in France
Year bought: 2008
Price paid: $60 million
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The couple and their six children spend a lot of time in Chateau Miraval, located in Brignol, near Aix-en-Provence of France. They reportedly bought the property for $60 million in 2008. The sprawling property encompasses 1,000 acres of land. It has a working vineyard, a lake, outdoor swimming pools and 20 fountains. Indoors, it features 35 bedrooms, a swimming pool, billiards room, his and hers gyms, sauna and Jacuzzi, as well as a banquet hall.
French Quarter Mansion
Year bought: 2007
Price paid: $3.5 million
Mr. Pitt bought this renovated 1830s brick house in New Orleans’ French Quarter for $3.5 million in January 2007. The 7,000-square-foot home features six bedrooms, a library, five fireplaces and a three-story guest house. It was listed for $6.5 million in 2015 and later reduced to $5.65 million. It is no longer on the market.
Cliffside Home in Malibu
Year bought: 2005
Price paid: $8 million
Mr. Pitt reportedly bought a 4,000-square-foot home on the Pacific Coast Highway in 2005 for about $8 million. He made the purchase shortly after his divorce from Jennifer Aniston. The home came on the market for $18 million last year, but it is not clear whether it has changed hands.
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