The Jolie-Pitts Settle into 16th Century Mansion in Scotland

Angelina Jolie and Knox arrive in Glasgow

Roddy Scott/Pacific Coast News

updated 08/18/2011 AT 3:00 PM ET

originally published 08/19/2011 AT 7:30 AM ET

As if arriving in Glasgow by privately chartered train wasn’t special enough, the Jolie-Pitts are now settling comfortably into a rented country estate that includes a 16th century mansion.

Set among rolling Ayrshire hills, their latest homestead property is dotted with cows, horses and heather. Pheasants freely roam the 10-acre garden where the children can go trout fishing – something Brad was spotted doing with Maddox, 10, and Pax, 7, Wednesday morning – or frolic among the flowerbeds, as Angelina did with 3-year-old Knox on Thursday.

Should the family – which also includes Zahara, 6, Shiloh, 5, Vivienne, 3 – want to venture off-site for toy shopping or riding at nearby horse stables, they have until Pitt wraps his filming of World War Z in the next few weeks.

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