Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, who started the Make It Right Foundation after Hurricane Katrina, are hoping to sell the French Quarter mansion they bought in 2007.

The home, dating to the 1830s and located in the 500 block of Governor Nicholls Street, is listed for $6.4 million on Realtor.com

The couple's reps said they're unsure if Pitt and Jolie plan to buy another home in the city, according to TMZ.

The Make It Right Foundation helps to provide new 'green' houses for those who lost their homes in the neighborhood.

The foundation is suing the maker of a supposedly glass-infused wood that the nonprofit group used to build decks and stairs at dozens of homes in the Katrina-ravaged Lower 9th Ward. The group says the innovative product began rotting prematurely despite a 40-year guarantee.