Jennifer Aniston 1970’s Remodel Beverly Hills Luxury Home for sale – Jennifer Aniston’s meticulously renovated midcentury estate blends commanding, architecture with calming, Zen-like elements. Step inside the actress’ urban escapade, the actress Jennifer Aniston has listed her Beverly Hills estate for sale at $42 million.
This Beverly Hills home design by Hal Levitt was a strong architecture, as Jennifer puts it, the house “vibrates with the love that created it”. Levitt has collaborated with Diane Keaton on two of her residences in Southern California and one in Arizona and with Woody Allen on the interiors of his apartment in New York City.
The actress calls the house Ohana, a reference to the Hawaiian idea of extended family. It is the first large residence que has worked on for herself.
The Living Room home’s strong architecture is balanced with a soothing blend of Asian- and Balinese-inspired decor. The rosewood-paneled living room offers views of a tranquil Koi pond.
Beside this, she has a game room, a casual living room, a formal dinning room (yes, she has two living rooms!!).
The office, a large indoor & outdoor living, a Lanai — heated travertine floors and a fireplace warm up the cozy lanai. A bronze chain-mail curtain can be pulled across the entrance to separate the space from the pool area.
The kitchen is equipped with a pizza oven and a wine room, the kitchen is Jennifer’s favorite room in the home, the actress told Architectural Digest. A travertine bar separates the space from a seating area with a television.
In addition to a gourmet chef’s kitchen, the home includes a separate catering kitchen for large events.
The Bathroom, after the renovation, which took two and a half years to complete, Jennifer’s home features five bedrooms, eight full bathrooms and one partial bathroom.
Finally, the bedroom! The master bedroom designed by Stephen Shadley striking platform bed, which rests on a shag rug made of wool and silk. The inviting space leads to a beautiful garden. And not less important, the master bathroom suite! A dual bathrooms include a Japanese Ofuro soaking tub, a sunken spa tub and a steam shower. Leaning on the home’s Zen-like appeal the bathroom feels like a spa, accented by bamboo features and even a Buddhist statue that sits over the tub.
This luxury remodel home in Beverly Hills, have even a 3-garage car and the water features include a swimming pool, spa, deck, ponds and fountains throughout the property.
In an Architectural Digest cover story just one year ago, Aniston declared, “I can’t tell you specifically the feeling I had when I walked through the doors for the first time, except to say I knew I was home.”
It’s a shame she sells this luxurious mansion. Jennifer Aniston bought this property in 2006 for $13.5 million following her divorce from Brad Pitt. The cost of the architectural renovation and redecoration was not divulged.
She told Architectural Digest about her decision to sell the house: “I couldn’t sleep and I sort of had one of those moments where I went, I really need to simplify… and clear out the clutter. And along with that thought came, ‘I should sell my house.’ … I had the realization that this is just too much for me. I’m not this person.”