Angelina Jolie Pitt’s childhood home is officially up for grabs.
The four-bedroom midcentury modern located in Rockland County, New York is listed for $2.049 million, real-estate agent Richard Ellis of Ellis Sotheby’s International Realty tells The Wall Street Journal.
Measuring around 4,000 square feet, and sitting on approximately 2 acres, the home is nestled in rural Snedens Landing on the appropriately named Woods Road.
Jolie Pitt’s mother, Marcheline Bertrand, owned the house in the ’80s, according to property records obtained by the WSJ. Jolie Pitt was born in Los Angeles, but moved to Snedens Landing after her mother and her dad, Jon Voight, split up.
Ellis, who specializes in properties in that area, tells the WSJ that Jolie Pitt lived in the house as a child with her mother and brother, and went to elementary school in Snedens Landing. “Everyone in the neighborhood always says that,” Ellis added.
The house, built in the ’50s, was recently purchased by a professional house-flipper, who reportedly purchased the property for $1.2 million and added renovations.
“My style is to simplify and restore to the original condition,” the previous owner said, who replaced fixtures and touched up the paint on the redwood panelling and pine ceiling.