Power couple Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom have finally settled into their new purchase, a $14.2 million Montecito family compound.
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The couple originally bought their new home last fall after their engagement but have spent the past few months moving into the new address. The six-bedroom, 12-bathroom estate spans 7,167 square feet and sits on 9 acres of land and spans four parcels. Santa Barbara architects, Edwards and Plunkett, designed and built the home in 1934. It was then later renovated by Lutah Maria Riggs, the first woman to be named a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects.
Although Perry and Bloom have added a few renovations to the estate, most of its original aesthetic still remains. The Mediterranean-style home stands three stories tall, featuring a grand rotunda entryway. The main level including a living room, formal dining room, open kitchen and breakfast room, as well as an outdoor dining space.
Upstairs holds the main suite, which occupies more than half of the upper level. Some of the amenities included are the wood-burning fireplace, two bathrooms, a large custom-fitted dressing room, a separate walk-in closet, and a private patio which overlooks the rest of the property and the Pacific Ocean. The private office and conference room are located on the lower level.
The home also holds a guesthouse, a detached four-car garage, a pool house with two additional bedrooms, and a full-size tennis court.