The fa­mous faces on the prop­erty lad­der

Belfast Telegraph - Propertynews - - Front Page -

AN­GELINA Jolie and Brad Pitt have amassed a huge prop­erty port­fo­lio since they got to­gether 12 years ago.

The cou­ple now have to de­cide how to carve up their ex­ten­sive prop­erty as­sets, which are said to in­clude an 80,000sq ft Hol­ly­wood man­sion, with four smaller houses on ei­ther side of it, a skate park, three swim­ming pools and a se­cret cave.

The cou­ple are also re­ported to own a New Or­leans pe­riod man­sion; an apart­ment in New York City and a vil­lage- sized es­tate in Provence, where they tied the knot two years ago.

Pitt is also be­lieved to have re­cently bought a home on the Port d’an­dratx in Mal­lorca af­ter spend­ing time on the is­land while film­ing Al­lied.

THE house which fea­tured as Num­ber Four Privet Drive in the first Harry Pot­ter film is for sale for £ 475,000.

The three- bed­room prop­erty in Martins Heron, Brack­nell, was cast as the ‘per­fectly or­di­nary house on a per­fectly or­di­nary street’ for the 2001 film, Harry Pot­ter and the Philoso­pher’s Stone.

The prop­erty’s then owner San­dra Smith was ap­proached by film­mak­ers who spot­ted the house and thought it closely re­sem­bled the 1930s home in Lit­tle Whing­ing, Sur­rey de­scribed by JK Rowl­ing.

Film­ing took place at the lo­ca­tion over two weeks as the prop­erty was trans­formed into the home of the Durs­ley fam­ily.

The fa­mous ‘cup­board un­der the stairs’ is still there.

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