File this one under real estate oddities. In one of the more bizarre real estate stories comes “The Brangelina,” a home built in Edmond, OK, that was done as a tribute to the domestic bliss of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.

It is a 4,000 sq ft, $500,000 house built near Pitt’s birthplace in Oklahoma City. We’re not quite sure of the exact location of this home (it’s reportedly in the Thornbrooke neighborhood of Edmond), but the clincher of this story is the creation of a life-size sculpture of Pitt and Jolie in a passionate embrace titled “Brangelina Forever” (linking to TMZ since we’re a G-rated site). This statue reportedly contains crushed glass from the wine glasses Pitt and Jolie drank from during their first meeting on the set of Mr. and Mrs. Smith. And we all know what happened there.

But, wait — that’s not the end of it. The sculpture is being attached to the ceiling of the home’s master bedroom “… to inspire a ‘sexual healing’ for the room’s occupants.”

Behind the creation and conception of The Brangelina is Los Angeles artist Xvala, artist Daniel Edwards, and filmaker Dave Smith. It was done as a documentary titled “Domestic Bliss: The Daniel Edwards/XVALA Project.”

Want to buy the home? It comes with a proviso that the owner “…must offer honorary ownership to Pitt and Jolie and put them up every time they come to town to visit Pitt’s grandmother.”

This project started two years ago before rumors of a Brangelina breakup started dominating the news.

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