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Spoils of war: What does Brangelina own in real estate?

Inside the former power couple's vast international portfolio of homes

September 21, 2016 09:30AM

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Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt and their French chateau

Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt and their French chateau

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