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Natalie Portman's New Vacation Home Is Five Times Bigger Than Her Current Home

The Montecito, California home cost $6.5 million.
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After two years in Paris, actress Natalie Portman is back in the U.S. with a new baby—and now a new jaw-dropping vacation home in Montecito, California. The 35-year-old face of Miss Dior kept her primary Los Angeles home while her family lived in France, but her newest real estate venture is nearly five times the size.

According to Trulia, the 4-bedroom, 5-bathroom house stretches 3,991 square feet on a hill in Santa Barbara County, offering stunning views of the Pacific Ocean. The Barton Meyers-designed house was built using an amplified indoor-outdoor plan: The kitchen, living room and dining room all feature glass garage doors that lead out onto 10.4 acres of perfectly-manicured greenery. It is made entirely of steel, glass and concrete, bringing an industrial chic look to the country abode.

Take a tour of the gorgeous property below.


Rocky steps lead to a private garden tucked away in the hills.


The property boasts a pool with incredible views and an area for lounging.


The den is complete with a crackling fireplace and plenty of natural light.


The master bathroom’s soaking tub adds a major element of luxury.


Scroll on to see the rest of this coastal oasis.








From: ELLE Decor

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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