The famous faces on the property ladder
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 a partment 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.