Brad Pitt sells Los Angeles home for P2 billion decades after buying it for only P92 million
Brad Pitt is saying goodbye to his luxurious estate situated in Los Angeles, California after selling it for $39 million (P2.1 billion).
According to real estate sources gathered by TMZ, the veteran actor gained much profit from selling his compound, which he only bought for $1.7 million back in 1994 from actress Cassandra Peterson of the TV program Elvira.
The 1.9-acre property is built at Los Feliz, a hillside neighborhood where many famous faces had also taken up residence such as Katy Perry, Zac Efron, Chris Pine, among others.
The extravagant property had undergone several redesigns and remodeling over the nearly 30 years Pitt owned it. It is reported to have a 6,700 square-feet main house with five bedrooms, five bathrooms, a skate park, a ballroom, a movie theatre, a motorcycle garage, a stone house, and a huge Koi pond. Trees and lush greeneries in the sprawling compound provided Pitt with much privacy.
It was here that the Hollywood A-lister lived with his ex-wife Angelina Jolie and their six children—Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, and twins Knox and Vivienne—before they pulled the plug on their relationship. Now, he has sparked a new romance with 32-year-old jewelry designer Ines de Ramon.
According to TMZ, Pitt had let go of his estate because he was moving to Carmel in Northern California.