Brangelina's monthy rent costs more than your house

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As you probably know, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie lead quite the globe-trotting family -- in fact, it seems like every week they're carting their kids around to some new exotic destination.

They're currently staying at the famous Waldorf Towers in New York -- in a newly renovated, 6,000 square-foot apartment. That's about six times the size of most modest single family homes, and in Manhattan, that means a whopping rent of $100,000 -- a month.

However, when money is no object, there's no need to compromise, so you get exactly what you want. The Waldorf is close to the United Nations, which is helpful for Angelina, who's a goodwill ambassador. Plus it's close to the French school where Maddox gets his education, and comes complete with six bedrooms, six baths and a kitchen big enough to feed the entire Jolie-Pitt brood (not to mention the room service, maid service, and 24-hour concierge).

Ah, wouldn't it be nice?

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