Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin just bought a new home. The Oscar winning actress and her rocker husband are set to move into a $10.45 million mansion in Los Angeles.
US Weekly reports that Paltrow and Martin have been splitting time between New York City and England but will now be moving out to the west coast. The $10.45 million home is in the Mandeville Canyon neighborhood and features 8,000-square-feet home, 6 bedrooms, a huge gourmet kitchen, and horse stables in the backyard.
The Spanish-Colonial/Mid-Century modern home, which was designed by Windsor Smith, sits on a sprawling estate that is lined with “venerable oaks and shady sycamores.”
Yahoo reports that the “House of Windsor” was featured in Veranda Magazine and was originally listed at $11.96 million. Although the home was designed by Smith, several other architects designed individual rooms. Candace Barnes, Peter Dunham and Kathryn Ireland all designed at least one room in the house.
Paltrow and Martin have been married since December 2003. They have two children together. Daughter Apple, 8, and son Moses, 6.
Here are some photos of Gwyneth Paltrow’s new home.