Paltrow buys $14m mansion

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Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin have bought a Malibu mansion for $14 million.

The couple - who have children Apple, nine, and Moses, seven, together - have splashed out on the four-bedroom, three-bathroom beachside pad, which is located on the Little Dume.

The stunning property, which is called The Garwood Residence, is complete with heated floors, a top of the range kitchen and a

full-size tennis court, according to The Real Estalker.

The 3,650 sq ft estate boasts stunning views of the ocean, a landscaped garden fit for entertaining, and a pebble stone pool.

The inside is just as impressive as it comes with a plush gym and a yoga studio.

The pair, who got married in 2003, spent almost a decade in England, before moving to the US last year and buying a six-bedroom,

eight-bathroom home in Hollywood for $10 million.

However, Gwyneth, 41, didn't quite get off on the right foot with her neighbours as she caused a stir when she erected a nine-ft gate in front of her property last May.

A fellow resident filed a formal complaint with the Department of Building and Safety because the gate exceeded the legal height limit, which is six-ft, in Los Angeles.

The power couple also have a warehouse penthouse in New York City, which they bought in 2007 for a reported £3 million. - BANG Showbiz

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