Brad Pitt listed his Malibu bachelor pad for $13.75 million.
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- The star of "Seven" and "Ocean's Eleven" recently listed his four-bedroom Malibu Beach bungalow for $13.75 million.
Brad Pitt reportedly purchased the oceanfront home for about $8 million in 2005, after splitting from ex-wife Jennifer Aniston. He did several extensive renovations on the property, including adding a heated lap pool and tennis court.
He also obtained planning and coastal approval for a proposed second story designed by Chris Sorensen, an architect who specializes in environmentally friendly design.
The bluff-top home was briefly offered in 2009 for $18 million, but the price was lowered significantly before it hit the market again this year.
Behind private gates, Pitt's 4,088 square-foot bachelor pad sits on 1.26 acres in the highly desirable Encinal Bluffs area of Malibu, Calif. with stairs and path access to a sandy beach cove. In addition to the pool and tennis court outside, a covered porch and open patio look out on to the coast line, according to the listing.
Inside the home, originally built in 1962, walls of glass open to sweeping ocean views. The mid-century home also features radiant heat, three fireplaces, dark bamboo floors, a modern stainless kitchen with walk-in refrigerator and freezer, and, naturally, a state-of-the-art security system.
Although the Oscar nominee and his long-time partner, Angelina Jolie, have six children together, this estate has only three bedrooms, two of which are currently set up as offices, in addition to the master suite.
The globe-trotting couple are known to split their time among a number of other properties, including their homes in New Orleans, Cambodia and France. Pitt is currently in Glasgow filming "World War Z."
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