There were rumors, there was confirmation, now there’s a listing–Jennifer Aniston’s 1970 Hal Levitt in the Trousdale Estates is officially on the open market. Aniston bought the house in 2006 for $13.5 million, but pretty much gutted and rebuilt it with designer Stephen Shadley, according a 2010 Architectural Digest feature. Or as the listing puts it: “meticulously restored and redesigned under the direction of Hollywood’s leading lady Jennifer Aniston” (listing agent Jade Mills is rarely afraid to drop a celebrity pedigree). The property is just under an acre and comes with five bedrooms, seven and a half bathrooms, a gym, a pool, outdoor living room and kitchen, and a staff room (for the teachers’ lunch breaks?). Plus, says Aniston, it “vibrates with the love that created it.” All that’s gotta be worth $42 million, right? · Beverly Hills Celebrity Retreat [Jade Mills, via Real Estalker]


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