Michael Douglas And Catherine Zeta Jones Move Into Luxury $3.6 Million Mansion That Features Indoor Pool And Lush Gardens
September 11, 2019 14:30 By Fabiosa
When you can afford virtually any type of home in the world, there's no reason why you cannot upgrade when you feel like it.
Michael Douglas and his wife Catherine Zeta-Jones recently moved to a gorgeous new home. The couple reportedly sold their previous property which was a 15,000 sq. ft mansion in Westchester County.
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After selling their former home for about $20.5 million, the couple decided to downsize, but just the tiniest bit.
A new home
According to The Sun, Michael and Catherine have now moved into their new 12,000 sq. ft estate called Long Meadow. The place spans across 12 acres of wooded countryside providing a lush view of nature anytime you look outside the windows.
The mansion itself was built in the 1930s and features 22 room across three stories. The famous couple is likely to stay in the bedroom suite which comes with a large bedroom, dressing room, and even a luxury jet-powered bathtub.
Other amazing features of their new home include a wood-paneled library, casual lounge, an indoor swimming pool, and a gym.
Sounds like the couple's fans are thrilled about their move. Some of them have dropped comments on social media.
A hopeful Sheryl Berlinsky wrote:
May I visit Michael and Catherine? It’s magnificent.