Jennifer Aniston's $42 million Luxury Beverly Hills Mansion

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In 2009, Hollywood superstar Jennifer Aniston marked her 40th birthday by moving into the huge Beverly Hills mansion, which she purchased for $13.5 million and spent years renovating as well as creating a luxury hideaway with millions of dollars. However, after recognizing that the accommodation was too much for a single woman, the actress now decides to sell it at the price of $42 million.

According to some newly released photos advertising the property, the mansion consists of five bedrooms, 8.5 bathrooms, a Koi pond running through the entrance hall, a swimming pool with a cabana, a game room, a Japanese spa, a powder room and an office. Besides, it offers stunning city views.

Aniston, who is currently single, put the house on the market because it was too much for her

Jennifer Aniston’s Beverly Hills mansion features ocean to city views of Los Angeles

Jennifer Aniston named the property Ohana, in homage to the Hawaiian idea of extended family

A stunning corner of the mansion

“Just Go With It” star took two years to restore the 9,000-square-foot home located in the hills above Sunset Boulevard, which is equipped with smart house technology, a “two-in-one” kitchen and a biometric security system for both her wine cellar and jewelry cabinet. She completed the restoration with the help of designer Stephen Shadley.

The “two-in-one” kitchen hides a professional catering kitchen behind the main one

The mansion is sold out at the price of $42 million

The mansion is painted with many colors

A bed room of the mansion is decorated clearly and comfortably

The glass window offers people inside the mansion nature views and absorbs the daylight

Aniston was listed by Forbes as the 10th richest woman in the entertainment industry in 2007 and the Forbes Celebrity 100 list. She also took home a Golden Globe Award and an Emmy Award



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This article was published on 2011/05/04