One is to walk a mile in the other’s shoes, and then there’s an exchange of Los Angeles mansions.
Brad Pitt, 59, and Eileen Getty, late oil tycoon J.J. Paul Getty’s philanthropic granddaughter, 65, has swapped her lavish California compounds for an off-market home.
Getty has been newly revealed as the buyer of the megamansion formerly the hot shot of “Bullet Train,” while Pitt entered the Los Feliz home of the heirs this month, reported mess,
The switch aligns with a source’s explanation that the A-lister was offloading the sprawling property, where he and ex-wife Angelina Jolie raised their six-year-old child, as he looks for “something a little smaller” around LA. Was”, The post reported earlier,
It’s certainly a relative whim considering the size of the multi-parcel behemoth he sold to Getty for $39 million: when Pitt bought Cassandra Peterson (also known as Elvira) from Cassandra Peterson (also known as Elvira) in 1994 for just $1.7 million which included a comparatively humble abode. Yep, built in 1910 by an oil baron.
By the time of its sale late last month, Pitt had added several neighboring properties to its total of 1.9 acres, including a skating rink, a tennis court, a swimming pool, a giant koi pond, a skate park, a motorcycle garage , one is included. ballroom and a movie theater.
Getty’s upgrade is a humbling one of Pitt’s, as his former 2,000-square-foot home — known as the Steel House — is set on a comparatively tiny .29 acres and doesn’t have any ridiculous amenities to boast, just Beautiful midcentury modern design.
There are terrazzo floors, sliding glass galore, a pool, lots of lushly landscaped outdoor space, and two bathrooms.
According to Dirt, Pitt paid $5.5 million for a striking new three-bedroom suite built in the 1960s.
Along with Pitt’s location, the steel house is also second-generation celebrity-owned: Getty bought it from Maroon 5 lead guitarist James Valentine in 2019 for $4.1 million.