Jennifer Aniston: Discover her real estate portfolio
Throughout her career, Jennifer Aniston has tried to keep her private life out of the limelight. So it makes sense that his residences have always been little havens of peace away from Hollywood. Its latest acquisition is no exception to the rule. In September 2022, the Los Angeles actress treated herself to a spa in the coastal city of Montecito, California, an area very popular with celebrities. Jennifer Aniston purchased this Mediterranean-style residence from another plateau legend, Oprah Winfrey, who maintains a residence in the area. Nearby celebrities include Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, Gwyneth Paltrow, Ellen DeGeneres and more.
We still don’t know Jennifer Aniston’s decor plans for her new abode but one thing is for sure, it promises to be as elegant and tastefully furnished as her previous homes. Reminder, advertisement He visited his Bel Air home designed by A. Quincy Jones in 2018 and the Beverly Hills home built by Harold W. Levitt in 2010.
“If I wasn’t an actress, I would like to be an interior designer,” She told us during our recent visit. I love the creative process. Choosing fabrics and finishes is an activity that really interests me. » Below we’ve listed all the places the actress has called home over the past two decades, each with a unique history, aesthetic, and experience.
2001: Normandy House in Beverly Hills with Brad Pitt
A year after Jennifer Aniston married Brad Pitt, the couple paid $13.1 million for a 1,115-square-meter Normandy house in Beverly Hills. Built in 1934, the residence was designed by famed California architect Edwin Wallace Neff. The two design-obsessed actors are expanding and renovating the property to include a private screening room, heated marble floors in the kitchen, and a bar with wood floors taken from a two-century-old French chateau. They are also adding a multi-million dollar tennis court and outhouse. The couple spent three years renovating the place, before parting ways with it for $28 million in 2006, following their divorce in 2005. In 2019, it was put back on the market for an astronomical sum of $56 million.
2005: After their divorce, a beach house in Malibu
After her split from Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston reportedly rented a 140-square-meter beach house in Malibu for two years. The coastal property, previously owned by Oracle co-founder Larry Ellison, has 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Little is known about this house, which doesn’t displease the somewhat secretive actress.
2006: Beverly Hills mansion designed by Harold W. Levitt
Jennifer Aniston fell in love with her Beverly Hills home designed by Harold W. Levitt. “This house will be mine one day, I was sure of that.” announced to advertisement in 2010. She bought the hillside residence for $13.5 million in 2006 and worked over the next few years with interior designer Stephen Shadley to transform it into a Balinese-inspired retreat. On the program: installation of koi ponds, Brazilian Cumaru cornices and heated travertine floors on the balcony. The actress calls the residence “Ohana,” which means extended family in Hawaiian, and enjoys entertaining at this resort. “Glamourous, old-fashioned Hollywood.” She finally sold this one-story, 930-square-meter house in 2011. Initially listed for sale for $42 million, she finally found a buyer for $38 million.
2011: Two houses in Beverly Hills and two apartments in New York
A month after selling Ohana, the actress rented a 165-square-meter house north of Sunset Boulevard in Beverly Hills with her fiancé, Justin Theroux. This two-bedroom, two-bath residence is much more modest than her other properties, but no less charming. They feature parquet floors, vaulted ceilings and a state-of-the-art kitchen with white marble countertops. The dream assets of this $3 million home? The amazing view it offers thanks to its location on top of the hill. The couple reportedly paid $20,000 a month in rent.
In the same year, the former star of friends She paid $7.01 million for two apartments in New York’s West Village, one of which is a penthouse with original wood floors and surrounded by a 900-square-foot balcony. She initially wanted to combine the two residences into one massive unit measuring over 185 square metres, but oppressive photographers pressured her to put them back on the market a few months later. Jennifer Aniston sold it at a loss of $6.5 million in 2012.
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