Hollywood’s golden couple may have called it quits, but the material remnants of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s 12-year union span three continents, 13,000 acres and at least $70 million.
In L.A. alone, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie own five adjacent properties in Los Feliz, totaling just under two acres, Variety reported. Pitt purchased the first three in the 1990s, paying a combined $2.55 million. But, since they coupled up, two more properties have been added to Brangelina’s portfolio, which now totals more than $4.9 million and at least four houses.
In 2000, Pitt also bought an 11.5-acre oceanfront property for an undisclosed amount just outside of Santa Barbara.
But the couple’s biggest and most lavish digs are located in the south of France. Their 1,200-acre Chateau Miraval in the village of Correns is a village in its own right, with multiple structures including a 35-room main house, several cottages, a Romanesque chapel and a recording studio, Variety said. They acquired this sprawling estate for $60 million in 2012 from American businessman turned wine producer Tom Bove.
In New Orleans, the couple owns a 1930s-built masonry residence in the French Quarter, which Pitt and Jolie bought for 3.5 million in 2006. It was for sale for a hot second in 2015, first listed at $6.5 million and eventually dropping to $5.65 million, before being taken off the market altogether.
Jolie, who initiated the couple’s divorce this week citing irreconcilable differences, has also owned a 1,232-square-foot apartment on Manhattan’s Upper West Side since 1997, Variety reported. The Oscar-winning actress also owns a spread in Cambodia, including a 100-acre property in Cambodia’s Battambang Province and another 12,000 acres that she developed into a wildlife preserve. [Variety] — Cathaleen Chen