Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's former New Orleans mansion sold for $2.8 million.

The 7,703 square foot French Quarter home went to auction with 12 bidders in December, just under $3 million.

Initial bid: $1 million. Scott Kirk, CEO of Interluxe Auctions, shared an 86% list/sell ratio, initially listed at $3.25 million.

Record sale for the French Quarter's highest single family home in over a year.

Built in 1830s, once owned by Microsoft's Paul Allen, purchased by Pitt and Jolie in 2006.

The mansion features seven bedrooms, five bathrooms, a grand staircase, hardwood floors, and marble mantles.

Amenities: chef's kitchen, elevator, home gym, workshop, outdoor pool, fountain, three-story guest house, gated driveway with gas lamps.

Pitt and Jolie owned it for over a decade, using it during Make It Right Foundation efforts after Hurricane Katrina.

Sold in 2016 after Jolie's divorce filing. Initially listed for $5.35 million, won the national HGTV-

Ultimate House Hunt in Downtown Dwellings. On Governor Nicholls Street, restored to blend historical charm,

modern functionality, and privacy, says Brigitte Fredy, a certified residential specialist.