The Jolie-Pitts Settle into 16th Century Mansion in Scotland
Their latest estate features 10 acres of ponds, flowers and roaming cows
As if arriving in Glasgow by privately chartered train wasn’t special enough, the Jolie-Pitts are now settling comfortably into a rented country estate that includes a 16th century mansion.
Set among rolling Ayrshire hills, their latest homestead property is dotted with cows, horses and heather. Pheasants freely roam the 10-acre garden where the children can go trout fishing – something Brad was spotted doing with Maddox, 10, and Pax, 7, Wednesday morning – or frolic among the flowerbeds, as Angelina did with 3-year-old Knox on Thursday.
Should the family – which also includes Zahara, 6, Shiloh, 5, Vivienne, 3 – want to venture off-site for toy shopping or riding at nearby horse stables, they have until Pitt wraps his filming of World War Z in the next few weeks.
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