A week or so ago, People announced that Jennifer Aniston was "quietly putting her Beverly Hills home on sale to the tune of $42 million." I searched high and low for real estate listings and photographs to no avail, but knew I'd see it sooner or later. Now, Aniston's stunning Beverly Hills home, which was featured in Architectural Digest last year, has officially hit the market and she's welcoming well-heeled buyers!
The house was designed by renowned mid-century modern architect Hal Levitt, and has been meticulously restored and redesigned by acclaimed architect Stephen Shadley since Aniston purchased it in 2006 for $13.5 million. The property has a tranquil Balinese-inspired design with separate "Ohana" units for extended family, as well as focus on the exterior with a pool, spa, ponds, and fountains.
As for the interiors, the 10,000-square-foot, 5-bedroom, 7-and-one-half bath manse boasts "a gourmet chef’s kitchen, a prep and catering kitchen, family room, rosewood paneled formal living room, secondary living room with a wet bar, 3 additional bedrooms each with their own en-suite baths and a master suite with dual baths, a Japanese Ofuro tub as well as a sunken spa tub, steam shower and generous closet space."
Come along and take a peek at Jennifer's home for yourself!