CATHERINE Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas have moved into a sprawling New York mansion for $3.6million.
The Hollywood super couple actually downsized from their previous property in the state, selling their 15,000 sq. ft. Bedord Corners mansion in Westchester County for almost $20.5million dollars.
However, it could only be downsizing to the rich property moguls, as their new estate is 12,000 sq. ft.
Called Long Meadow, it spans 12 acres of mostly wooded countryside, which reaches down to the Hudson River.
The centrepiece of the property is the Georgian mansion. Built in the early 1930s, it boasts 22 rooms, eight of which are bedrooms, across three storeys.
Its main bedroom suite – presumably where Catherine and Michael will stay – contains a large bedroom, dressing room and a beautiful bathroom with a jet-powered bathtub sitting next to a white marble fireplace. There’s also a separate lounge within the suite.
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If they are hosting guests, there’s a two-bedroom suite for them too.
The mansion’s main floor hosts glamorous living and dining room, both of which come with a limestone fireplace and crystal chandeliers.
Also, there are less formal spaces, including a wood-panelled library with arched windows, a casual lounge with a bar, and a kitchen with marble worktops.
The lowest floor contains an indoor swimming pool, gym and games lounge. It opens up onto the estate and also a summer kitchen.
Extra features include 10 bathrooms and two half bathrooms, seven fireplaces and a four-car garage.
The couple are known for having a giant portfolio of luxury properties, including an apartment looking over Central Park in New York City and a large home in Catherine’s hometown of Swansea.
Catherine, 49, and Michael Douglas, 74, have been married for 19 years and have two children together: Dylan Michael, 19, and Carys, 16.
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