The 47-acre waterfront property that the Angelina Jolie-Brad Pitt clan once used as a vacation rental is expansive enough to warrant its own name — and its $55 million price tag.
Called Sassafras, the includes a private cove, 25 principal rooms in the main residence, two guest houses, a log cabin, and a beach cabana with a full kitchen. The Tudor Revival-style home was built in 1987 and clocks in at 20,000 square feet.
Designed in homage to British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, it features cathedral ceilings, carved wood work and marble fireplaces throughout. We have no idea if the multiple suits of armor currently standing as decor come with the home, but one can hope.
If you get tired of being cooped up indoors, you can play a match on the tennis court, stroll along the specimen gardens or exercise path, or head down to the private beach and pier that can accommodate three jet skis, an 80-foot motor yacht, 24-foot sailboat, 30-foot speedboat, and two chase boats with three additional moorings. Make it any bigger and your yard might be considered a navy.
There’s also outdoor dining verandas, a pool and hot tub, a bar gazebo, and a full outdoor bathroom. So we are sure it was enough room to entertain Pitt and Jolie’s six young ones, who lived at the home while Jolie was filming parts of the action thriller Salt on Long Island in 2009.
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