New Photos: Brad Pitt’s Malibu Home Officially Listed
UPDATE: After a month and a half on the market with only photos of the magnificent ocean view, new interior photos of Brad Pitt’s Malibu home have been added to the listing. Now prospective buyers (and Brangelina fanatics) can take a peek inside the modern abode of Hollywood’s A-list couple.
Right after his divorce to Jennifer Aniston, and before he met his current leading lady Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt picked up a mid-century modern home on Malibu’s gold coast for $8.41 million.
According to Real Estalker, Brad Pitt’s home has been floating on the Malibu real estate market as an $18 million pocket listing but this is the first time it’s hit the market as a MLS-listed home, currently listed for $13.75 million. Although it’s on the open market, there aren’t any photos beyond an aerial view.
Although Angelina and Brad spend most of their time abroad with their six kids— most notably at Chateau Miraval in the south of France— they also own quite a selection of homes in the U.S. In addition to Brad’s bachelor pad in Malibu, they have an enormous compound in Los Angeles, a mansion in New Orleans, and an apartment in New York. Currently the couple is renting a 16th century estate in Scotland while Pitt finishes filming World War Z.
Brad is a self-professed architecture buff and has a hobby of restoring older homes– most often mid-century modern real estate. He spent several million on this Malibu home in particular. The bluff-side home features walls of glass with sweeping views of the coastline, dark bamboo flooring, and a modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances, and walk-in refrigerator and freezer. Set back from the Pacific Coast Highway behind private gates, the home has stairs and access to a sandy beach cove.
Although the home has 4,088 square feet of living space, with four bedrooms and four bathrooms, it’s most likely on the small side for the Jolie-Pitt clan. But if it doesn’t sell, Angelina and Brad do have the option to expand— it’s one of the few homes zoned for an additional second story in the area.
The listing is held by Ellen Francisco of Coldwell Banker.