August 29, 2013 2:26 PM
Roger Davies/Architectural Digest
Will and Jada Pinkett Smith have quietly put their Calabasas compound on the market for a whopping $42 million, according to RealEstalker.
The 25,000-square-foot home reportedly took seven years to custom build, and we're not sure why on earth the family would want to leave this paradise, but they also recently unloaded their Hawaii estate for a cool $20 million. This isn't exactly helping those pesky split rumors!
The home sits on over 150 acres of land, and it was featured on the cover of the September 2011 issue of Architectural Digest. Architect Stephen Samuelson describes the pad as "various interpretations of adobe in Persian, Moroccan, Spanish, as well as Southwest American cultures."
The master suite has high ceilings with exposed wood beams, a fireplace and arched glass doors that link to a private terrace. The home boasts double-height ceilings, massive jute wrapped columns and there's even a retractable skylight. Other amenities include a meditation lounge with circular skylight, a billiards room, a movie theater and a recording studio. The kitchen has cabinets made from 19th century oak panels, and from state of the art appliances to a pizza oven, it's a chef's dream.
And the features outside are just as impressive! There is a man-made lake with a small island guests can access via a narrow footbridge, a sunken trampoline, a sand volleyball court, basketball and tennis courts and a massive lagoon-style pool. Click the gallery below to see more!
A rep for the Smiths told the Daily Mail that the couple was not moving and they were planning on staying in their Calabasas compound. Hmm...
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