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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Buy Greek Mansion for $7 Million

In Celebs by KGaz , on Wednesday, August 18, 2010, 10:23 AM (PDT)
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Greek-American Jennifer Aniston in a funk?

Some friends are reporting on the Greek "compound" that Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are said to have purchased in July, and by the looks of this place, they weren't messing around. We're linking you to the photos, and we have the figures.

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Since their May visit to the picturesque island of Santorini, rumors have suggested that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were in serious talks with international real estate agents to purchase some property there. It's reported their six children loved Greek's colors and wide-open spaces, and Brad and Angelina adored Santorini's timelessness.

According to our pals at Celebitchy, the property isn't just a house. Apparently it's situated on an entire compound, complete with a helicopter pad and a brilliant view of the Aegean Sea. Buzz suggests that Brad and Angelina closed on the property in late July, paying $6.5 million for the house and the land surrounding it.

Meanwhile...we can't tell a Brad and Angelina home-purchase story without a Jennifer Aniston spin. One account is spilling that Jennifer Aniston's devastated over Brad's Greek purchase because Aniston, who comes from a heavily Greek ethnic background (her last name is actually Anastassakis), always wanted to buy a home on the Greek Isles. Celebitchy has a report that Aniston feels this is another twist of the knife by Angelina Jolie: 'I have your husband and your dream house.'

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Flip through our slideshow of Brad and Angelina's brood. How many homes do they need?!

And love things that are Greek inspired? Check out this light and delicious hummus pita pizza recipe!

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