This Is Where Catherine Zeta-Jones Is Living Solo In Suburban New York
As Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones went public with the news that they’re separating after 13 years of marriage, Hollywood’s one-time picture perfect pair have been living their lives solo.
While Douglas has been yachting…
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And playing golf off Sardinia…
The couple, who got married in 2000 and later welcomed children, 13-year-old Dylan and 10-year-old Carys, bought the idyllic estate in 2010 as a quiet retreat just one hour outside New York City.
Now, it seems, with Douglas staying at a separate bachelor pad nearby and spending more time in the city, the Chicago star, 43, is making suburban life more permanent after she was spotted in horse-riding clothes and dark sunglasses just outside her front door Wednesday.
Now, Celebuzz, can take you inside the home where Zeta-Jones is moving on with her life without Douglas.
Known as Guard Hill Manor, the longtime couple bought the exclusive 5-acre estate for over $5 million.
Built in 1938, the classic Colonial boasts 5 bedrooms and 6 baths and is surrounded on 3 sides by Bedford’s preeminent horse farm. The 6,300 square-foot home has all the original details of the 1930s, including finely crafted moldings, rich hardwood floors and 5 rustic fireplaces. While the grounds are highlighted by a sparkling pool, separate caretaker’s cottage and serene views, where Zeta-Jones “keeps to herself” playing golf and riding horses, according to E!.
Although “the stress has taken a toll on their marriage,” a source told PEOPLE, the decision to spend time apart wasn’t about just one thing.
“It’s just happened naturally. They like different things,” a source told E!. “He likes the city, he only moved [to the suburbs] for her, as she loves horses and playing golf.”
Peek inside the exclusive estate Zeta-Jones is calling home in the CB! gallery above.