Brad Pitt’s nice house in Malibu is on the market for $13.75 million. Pitt, who is raising six children with long-time companion Angelina Jolie, bought the home in 2005 for $8.4 million. The well-known architecture buff spent years and millions transforming the 1962 mid-century home into a designer show pad.
Situated stunningly between the Pacific Ocean and the Point Mugu State Park, the gated mid-century modern home features four bedrooms and four bathrooms and 4,088 square feet of space, plus a modern stainless kitchen with top-line appliances, bamboo flooring, walls of glass overlooking the ocean, a private cove on the beach, three fireplaces, a tennis court and a state-of-the-art security system. Buyers who need more square footage will be happy to know that the property has Planning and Coastal approval for an additional story designed by Chris Sorenson, known for his environmentally-friendly designs.
The house is one of just three he owns in California; he has Los Feliz and Santa Barbara compounds as well. Pitt and Angelina Jolie are known to globetrot from house to house as they work on projects. They recently rented a 16th century mansion in Glasgow while Pitt films World War Z. The couple owns homes in Cambodia, New Orleans and the South of France. [Realtor]