Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston’s Former Beverly Hills Home is On The Market For $56 Million


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Ready for a real throwback? Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston's former Beverly Hills mansion has just been put on the market for a whopping $56 million, reported by The Wall Street Journal. Built in the 1930s by architect Wallace Neff, the estate first belonged to actor Frederic March and his wife, Florence Eldridge. After it was sold a few time to a few owners, the Friends star and Fight Club actor finally purchased the home in 2001 for $13.1 million, a year after their marriage. After Brad and Jen's divorce in 2005, the home went on the market once again.

The pair implemented substantial renovations to the estate during their time living together, adding high-end elements like heated marble kitchen floors, imported French wood for their pub room, and a screening room.

That shouldn't come as a surprise—in an early 2018 interview with Architectural Digest to show off her latest home, Jennifer revealed just how much she loved the fixer upper process—the magazine even refers to her as a 'serial home renovator'. "If I wasn't an actress, I'd want to be a designer. I love the process," she told AD. "There's something about picking out fabrics and finishes that feeds my soul."

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“If I wasn’t an actress, I’d want to be a designer. I love the process,” says serial home renovator, and superstar actress Jennifer Aniston. “There’s something about picking out fabrics and finishes that feeds my soul.” Aniston’s commitment to the craft was certainly put to the test in her latest residential project, the reimagining of a Bel Air house that was designed by architect A. Quincy Jones and completed in 1965. Aniston enlisted the aid of #AD100 interior designer @stephenshadley to help preserve the modernist ethos of the original scheme while softening some of its sharp lines and outfitting the interior with tactile, organic finishes and furnishings. “Sexy is important, but comfort is essential,” she avers, pointing as evidence to the vintage Jean Royère Polar Bear sofa, Jacques Adnet armchairs, and Mies van der Rohe daybed arranged in the living room, pictured here. Take the full home tour through the #linkinbio Photo by @francoisdischinger; text by @mayer.rus; styled by @lawrenhowell

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The Bel-Air home featured in that story was d with her ex-husband, Justin Theroux, and their design process for it was a collaborative experience. "Sexy is important," Jen revealed about the home's style. "But comfort is essential."

Jennifer Aniston has used interior designer Stephen Shadley for two of her homes now, and he revealed to AD that "zen" is one of the first words she used to describe what she wanted when redesigning her house with Theroux. As for the colors she gravitates towards, Shadley revealed that Jen's palette is definitely neutral-leaning, emphasizing cream, charcoal, and navy blue colors as the focus of most rooms.

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