Given his interest in architecture, it shouldn't come as a surprise that Brad Pitt's Malibu home, relisted in August for $13.75 million, is a total stunner. Now, new photos of the property are offering visual documentation of the beautiful design of Brad Pitt's 1962, four-bedroom, Pacific Coast Highway home.
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The midcentury modern home, perched on the edge of the Pacific coastline, is accessed through private gates that meander down a tree-lined drive through the over one-and-a-quarter acres the home is situated upon. Beach lovers can access the ocean from stairs and a path that lead to a sandy cove while those who want to enjoy the gorgeous home can take advantage of three fireplaces, a state-of-the-art sound system, and sweeping views, thanks to massive glass walls.
The living room views — whether you're looking at the landscapes just beyond the glass walls or the furniture itself — are incredible. Whether it was Pitt's choice or a stager's choice to use timelessly chic midcentury modern decor within the home, the results are truly lovely. The Vladimir Kagan Serpentine sofa, shown above, is as perfectly situated for an elegant living room today as it was when it was first introduced 61 years ago. And that chandelier? Too gorgeous. (If you love it, too, there's a very similar Panton chandelier for sale on 1st Dibs).
Renovations several years ago included the walls of glass that capitalize on the gorgeous coastline views, bamboo flooring throughout the home, a modern stainless steel kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, and a master bedroom suite with tree additional bedroom suites.
And while Brad Pitt's Malibu home is incredibly lovely, I can't imagine it's very kid friendly, which may be part of the reason the house is on the market. For more information on the house, contact Ellen Francisco.