Two years post-split: A nostalgic peek into Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's dreamy estates
Revisiting the spectacular homes of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie amidst their much-discussed split. From French estates to California retreats, their passion for luxury living was unmatched.
Brad Pitt's and Angelina Jolie's divorce might've been the talk of the town back in 2016, but what remained etched in our memories was their exquisite taste in architectural marvels. While the world obsessed over memes and speculations, we chose to lose ourselves in their splendid mansions that narrated tales of glamour, love, and impeccable design.
Château Miraval: France's Prized Jewel
Nestled in the heart of Southern France, Château Miraval wasn't just any French estate. Purchased in 2012 for a staggering $60 million, it held witness to Brad and Angelina's love, serving as the backdrop for their 2014 wedding. This sprawling 1,200-acre property wasn't just about its "35 rooms in picturesque stone buildings" but also its lush vineyard. This vineyard didn't just serve as an aesthetic pleasure but bore the fruit of the couple's labor - the renowned rosé under the Château's distinguished name.
Goleta's Beachside Retreat
A world apart from France's romantic vineyards was Pitt's Goleta home in California. Acquired way back in 2000 for $4 million, it served as the couple's serene escape. The vast 11.5-acre property wasn't just about lounging. It was here where Brad, Angelina, and their children embraced the Californian sun, indulging in horseback riding and beach trips, creating memories that would last a lifetime.
With such rich architectural history behind them, the fate of these homes post-divorce remains uncertain. For now, we bask in the nostalgia, cherishing the moments of Hollywood's golden couple in their captivating estates.
(Several parts of the text in this article, including the title, were generated with the help of an AI tool.)
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