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Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt’s Former House in Beverly Hills is FINALLY on the Market for This Astonishing Price

If you are looking into buying perhaps your forever home, then you might want to consider celebrity houses, which, of course, would mean skyrocketing prices every now and then. But with a hefty price tag comes the usual luxurious amenities and the star title that you can brag about to your friends.

The latest of which is the Beverly Hills house that was previously owned by former A-lister flame “Friends” star Jennifer Aniston and “World War Z” actor Brad Pitt.

History of the House

The aesthetically pleasing structure is unmissable because of its impressive design, which actually has a rich history behind it. It all started in the 1930s when Wallace Neff designed the residence for actor couple Fredric March and Florence Eldridge.

The architect was largely known for his “California” style and to get an idea of how profitable his works are, one of his works include one the most expensive listings available – a $245-million Los Angeles estate which spans over 10 acres and was owned by the late billionaire Jerrold Perenchio.

Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston bought a house in 2001, a year after getting married

Previous Owners

After Florence and Fredric, philanthropist Wallis Annenberg bought the 12,000-square-foot house, who then sold it to Ken Ziffren, an entertainment lawyer, whom Jennifer and Brad bought it from for $13.1 million in 2001, or a year after they tied the knot.

The two-story property was made available in the market again in 2005 after they decided to end their marriage – arguably one of the most shocking splits the world has ever witnessed.

The former couple renovated the house, one of which was the heated kitchen flooring

But, before their romance was shattered, Jennifer and Brad had treated the property as their everyday home, even willingly spent tons of money for the beautification of their abode.

Some of the renovations that underwent include the heating under the kitchen’s marbled black and white tiles, which also elegantly matched countertops, and imported wood for the floors of their pub from a 200-year-old French chateau. Clearly, the then love birds were keen into remodeling their home.

Current Owner

By 2006, a year after their split, Jonathan Brooks, a hedge fund executive, purchased the home from the Hollywood stars and added his own touch to his newly-bought property, like a tennis court with a pavilion. In the backyard, a small pool with privacy hedges will welcome you and stairs leading to the house showcases how Wallace incorporated the Mediterranean flair on it.

The four-bedroom house is currently on the listing for $56 million and prospective buyers will be in awe of the Southern Californian design that seamlessly blends indoors and outdoors vibes.

The house is a seamless blend of indoors and outdoors

Speaking of potential buyers, rumor mills already worked on that and said that Brad actually bought the place for Jennifer (they allegedly got back together this year), who was allegedly heartbroken when they had to sell the house after their split. So, the 55-year-old “Fury” thespian placed a $79-million offer on the property.

However, reps of both the stars countlessly denied such claims and even said in interviews that they were not dating.

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