Brad Pitt Is Making Moves in L.A. Again—This Time, With a $33M House Sale and a $5.5M Buy
Hollywood A-listers buy and sell homes all the time. And when they do, it’s sometimes off market and rather discreet.
Oscar-winning actor Brad Pitt has had two such transactions recently. According to Mansion Global, he quietly parted ways with his longtime, two-acre compound in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles for $33 million.
And he’s reported to have just snapped up a hip, 1960s, midcentury modern abode for $5.5 million.
Pitt’s real estate holdings are vast and varied, as he’s owned and sold properties all over Southern California, including in Goleta, Malibu, and Beverly Hills. Last year, he picked up a historic, coastal mansion in Carmel for $40 million, according to the Wall Street Journal. And he owns a winery in France—a $60 million villa, no less.
As for his latest purchase, the three-bedroom, three-bath, glass and steel dwelling is small by famous-people standards (it’s a little more than 2,000 square feet inside), but it exudes a kind of sexy coolness—much like Pitt himself. Here’s a look!
Pitt’s eye for architecture is evident once more in his purchase of this sleek, contemporary space, teeming with windows and leafy-green views.
Nicknamed the “Steel House” and designed by noted architect Neil Johnson, it sits on a hill in Los Feliz—a coveted L.A. neighborhood.
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The home got a refresh by Mark Haddawy, who’s known for his ability to restore architectural gems to their former glory. His work here yielded a light, bright showpiece with walls of glass in each room and a powder-blue palette in the kitchen and primary bathroom.
The space abounds with striking details, from the terrazzo floors and sliding doors to the main bath’s stone shower and tub.
A lush, backyard garden surrounds the patio, pool, sauna, and cold-plunge tub that appears to be crafted from an old barrel.
Pitt’s oeuvre is impressive, with such hits as “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” “Moneyball,” and “Thelma and Louise,” the movie that launched his career. Today he’s the CEO of Plan B Entertainment, which has produced award-winning features, including “Moonlight” and “Minari.”