The infamous “Friends” celebrity Jennifer Aniston acquired the mid-century modern A-list status home designed by architect Hal Levitt for $13.5 million in 2006 after her divorce from Brad Pitt.
She then totally overhauled the 1972 house with the help of interior designer and architect Stephen Shadley. The project took approximately 2.5 years, but not long after Aniston moved in, she was ready to move on.
Aniston named the A-list status home “Ohana,” a Hawaiian term for extended family. The perfect 10,000-square foot home is now listed by Coldwell Banker Previews International for $42 million.
In keeping with Aniston’s A-list status, the Beverly Hills property is absolutely private and secure. There is a long gated drive, high-tech home security system and a biometric lock on the wine cellar and built-in jewelry cabinet.
Natural stone, wood, glass and water elements throughout the A-list status home give a distinctive indoor-outdoor feel. The remodeling was done with special attention to Green technology, although the home is not LEED certified.
When it comes to entertaining, this film star had it covered with a family room, rosewood paneled formal living room, secondary living room with a wet bar as well as an outdoor living room and kitchen. The living room also opens on to a big outdoor terrace – with heated floors and a fireplace – by doors that fold back into the wall.
There is a prep and catering kitchen hidden behind a gourmet chef’s kitchen with fire burning oven, five bedrooms, eight and a half baths, gym, office, game room, staff room and three car garage – but no screening room for the celebrity of Marley & Me and Just Go with It.
The zen-like master bedroom with en suite bath has a Japanese Ofuro tub and a sunken spa tub, steam shower and ample closet space.
Outdoors there is also a swimming pool, gardens, ponds and fountains on nearly one acre with 180-degree views of the city and ocean.
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