Brad Pitt Acquires $40 Million Carmel License
Actor and film producer Brad Pitt acquires a property in Carmel that will serve as his “bachelor pad”. Brad has leaked more details about the latest addition to his many real estate acquisitions.
Brad Pitt acquires an expensive Bachelor Pad in Carmel
Brad Pitt, formerly married to American actress Angelina Jolie, recently acquired a bachelor pad in Carmel, California. Founded in 1902, Carmel or Carmel-by-the-sea, is a city in Monterey County, California, United States. The film’s producer acknowledged the purchase of the property in an interview with in addition at the Hollywood premiere of High-speed train.
The award-winning actor went on to elaborate on why he acquired his new property. He explained how being single influenced his reasons for buying the bachelor pad. Brad also revealed that he had been in love with Carmel-by-the-sea since the 90s. According to Brad, the opportunity was irresistible, so he just had to give in. In his words:
“I think that I am [a bachelor]”, Pitt said. “It’s a buffer. Why not…? It’s a place I’ve been in love with since the 90s and it was a lovely owner… The opportunity presented itself, and I couldn’t pass it up.
About Brad Pitt’s New Property
The bachelor pad acquired by Brad Pitt cost $40 million. Looking at the characteristics of the property, one may not consider the purchase as exorbitant. Since Brad is already in love with the area, that’s a big reason for the acquisition.
His bachelor pad is named after American writer DL James and is perched on the seaside cliff. The historic property was commissioned by the author in 1918. The star’s purchase breaks all records by being the one of the most expensive real estate transactions in Carmel.
Betty Whitethe Daddy’s Girls icon, resided in the area before his death. His property sold in April for $2.825 million above the asking price of $7.95 million. Brad Pitt’s new bachelor pad is built with local sandstone and granite, and the structure blends into the landscape. According gambling housethe local flora and fauna, including the incorporation of gulls, seaweed and seashells, have been carefully carved into the marble around the house.