A luxurious townhouse in New Orleans, once owned by Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, is now available for just 1 million dollars. The former celebrity residence has hit the elite real estate market in Louisiana.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt acquired the property for a charitable purpose back in 2006, a year after the “Brangelina” romance began on the set of the movie “Mr. & Mrs. Smith.” The opulent mansion boasts elite amenities and is situated in the iconic French Quarter district of the city, among neighbors such as Beyoncé and Jay-Z, Sandra Bullock, and John Goodman. Built in 1828, the townhouse spans over 7,700 square feet, and despite a 2017 renovation, it has retained its timeless Parisian style.
While the design appears classical, the interior is filled with luxury features, including marble fireplaces, crystal chandeliers, and a private home gym. The house has a gated entrance leading to a grand foyer, which opens into a stunning living room and kitchen with multiple marble countertops and a wine fridge.
The residence includes four guest bedrooms, several balconies providing views of the city’s most popular landmarks such as the French Market and Bourbon Street.
Renowned producer Cosimo Matassa used the apartment as a studio when recording Ray Charles.
When Pitt and Jolie purchased the house in 2006, they intended to use it as a base for their Make It Right Foundation, one of several charitable organizations they established to use their wealth for good. The foundation was dedicated to rebuilding homes in the area devastated by Hurricane Katrina.
The apartment was sold amid the high-profile breakup of the couple in 2016 and has now reappeared on the market with an initial price tag of 1 million dollars.