Brad Pitt And Angelina Jolie’s 16th Century Estate In Scotland
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have moved into a rented 16th century estate in Scotland as Brad Pitt is working on his new movie in Glasgow. The 16th century estate is actually a towerhouse that boasts a ten acre garden and is located in Ayrshire. The place can accommodate up to 18 people and has several bedrooms, two dining rooms and official rooms.
The interior design differs from room to room but the country style can be seen especially in the bedrooms and the bathroom (picture in the gallery below). The rooms are light and spacious. Some are decorated with ornate molding and almost each room has a fireplace. The Red Dining room can seat up to 30 people while the Vaulted Dining room with a fireplace, tartan curtains and upholstery seats 14 people.
The architecture of Carnell Estates represents a towerhouse with neo-Jacobean style additions. The entry features beautifully built-in floor-to-ceiling windows. The garden that was established in early 1900′s features ten acres of trees, flowers, and greenery with pond and benches. The path to the estate is lined with decorative shrubs and small trees.
The house is truly picturesque, the greenery grows up its walls while the green landscapes and lawns surrounding it add some magic to its antique architecture and history.
Carnell Estates is also popular for holding VIP events, wedding ceremonies, and filming. They also have number of properties that can be rented for long periods. Photos courtesy of CarnellEstates.
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