Brad Pitt Sells His Iconic Hollywood Hills Mansion, Eyes Greener Pastures In Carmel

After selling his $39 million Hollywood Hills estate, Brad Pitt reportedly purchased a $40 million castle in Carmel, California.

Brad Pitt, the acclaimed actor and Oscar award winner, is bidding farewell to Los Angeles as he sets his sights on a new home in the idyllic coastal town of Carmel. According to TMZ, the Hollywood heartthrob has sold his iconic Hollywood Hills mansion, which he once shared with his former partner Angelina Jolie and their six children, for a staggering $39 million. Pitt, who purchased the property back in 1994 for a mere $1.7 million, has apparently made quite the profit on the sale.

Sources indicate that Pitt’s move to the Central Coast is a result of his recent purchase of the D.L. James House, a magnificent Carmel castle that was built a century ago by renowned architect Charles Greene. Situated on the bluffs of the Carmel Highlands, the sandstone Mediterranean castle was designed to resemble Tintagel, the legendary birthplace of King Arthur.

For Pitt, this move is a significant departure from his life in Los Angeles, where he has resided for decades. However, his new abode promises to offer a breathtaking vista of the Pacific Ocean, with ample space for his family to enjoy the natural beauty of the region. As he embarks on this new chapter in his life, fans and admirers will undoubtedly keep a close eye on the actor’s latest endeavors.