The actress and mother of six recently moved into the 11,000-square-foot Cecil B. DeMille estate and is working on making the massive mansion a home - From Architectural Digest
The newly single mother of six—Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Vivienne and Knox—gave Vanity Fair a glimpse of her family’s new home life in the Cecil B.
In the cover story, Vanity Fair describes the 11,000-square-foot mansion which Jolie recently purchased as sitting on “rolling lawns” with “lush trees at the perimeter” behind its swinging gates.
Jolie and her brood had moved in just four days prior, and already the home, which had been listed for just under $25 million, was decorated with creamy-white furnishings and candles.
Regardless, the house is spectacular, with a kitchen Vanity Fair described as “worthy of a Nancy Meyers movie,” a grand staircase landing punctuated by a bouquet of white flowers sitting on a round table, a gray library (Jolie’s favorite room) made complete with a ladder scaling the walls, and a creamy-white living room with sofas covered by oversize throw pillows.
At another point, her Rottweiler, Dusty, jumped onto the sofa after a quick swim in the pool, creating a visual metaphor for her “messy, relaxed, normal” home life.