Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie Put $14 Million Malibu Mansion Up For Sale: Take A Peek Inside

By Radar Staff

With opulent houses all over the globe, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie can easily afford to sell one of their properties and not worry about being homeless.

The Hollywood power couple put their Malibu mansion on the market last month and now has new photos revealing the inside of the stunning, modern $13.75 million home.

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Located on Encinal Bluffs off the famed Pacific Coast Highway, the four bedroom, four bathroom, 4,088 square foot house overlooks the ocean in one direction and the scenic Point Mugu State Park in the other.

The mid-century modern main house was recently renovated and is typical of architect fanatic Pitt’s signature style, with low-hanging light fixtures and curiously curved sofas. Thick pile carpets and fluffy furniture offer plenty of soft spots to sink into and watch the sunset.

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Amenities include top-of-the-line appliances, a stainless steel kitchen, bamboo floors and walls of glass looking out to the water, reports

Other images of the interior show a rustic-colored kitchen with a glass-topped breakfast bar and multi-leveled dining table, which is perfect for feeding a houseful of hungry children.

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Outside, a long lap pool offers the opportunity for swimming and secluded sunbathing thanks to a high hedge, or stairs provide private access to a beach cove. There is also a tennis court and garden fireplace for open-air entertaining.

The Moneyball star and his life partner also have homes in France, New Orleans and a $40 million mansion in Valpolicella, Italy.


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