- Celebrated American actor Brad Pitt has acquired a new property in Los Angeles, USA, for $5.5 million (N2.5b)
- The mansion was built in 1960 and has several impressive features, such as a vast pool, sauna and hot tub
- The house is smaller and costs less than the mansion where Brad Pitt stayed with his ex-wife Angelina Jolie and their six children
Famous American Hollywood actor Brad Pitt has just moved into a brand-new $5.5 million (N2.5b) house with a view of Los Angeles, USA. Although the new home is smaller than Brad's last residence, which he sold for nearly $40 million, it is still a gorgeous mansion with spectacular city views.
The three-bedroom property was built in 1960 but had some modern elements. The residence has been nicknamed "The Steel House," highlighting the steel and glass comprising a significant portion.
Brad's new house has big floor-to-ceiling windows and 1.75 bathrooms. Some other amenities include a sizable pool, a hot tub, and a sauna.
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The bedrooms have walk-in closets and vibrant blue carpets, and a balcony with a cosy reading spot.
When it became known that Brad was selling the house he previously occupied with his ex-wife Angelina Jolie, a source disclosed that he was searching for something smaller. The former couple had raised their six children in the house that Brad had sold.
Netizens react to Brad Pitt's new house
Many netizens were impressed by Brad Pitt's new house and took to the post's comments to share their thoughts. Legit.ng compiles some reactions below.
Very nice and has good taste. Enjoy the peace. Greetings from Belgium.
This is a nice place...he deserves it.
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