Aniston understood her Harold W. Levitt–designed Beverly Hills mansion was meant to be hers the instant she saw it. “I under no circumstances doubted the property would be mine just one day,” she informed Advertisement in 2010. She compensated $13.5 million for the hillside residence in 2006, and then put in the following number of yrs functioning with designer Stephen Shadley to change it into a Balinese-inspired retreat, total with koi ponds, Brazilian cumaru eaves, and heated travertine floors on the lanai. Aniston nicknamed the residence “Ohana,” which suggests prolonged household in Hawaiian, and relished web hosting and entertaining in the “glamorous, outdated-fashioned Hollywood” retreat. She at last parted ways with the 10,000-sq.-foot, single-tale residence in 2011 immediately after listing it for $42 million it ultimately marketed for $38 million.
Just one month immediately after Aniston offered “Ohana,” she and then beau Justin Theroux rented a 1,761-square-foot house just north of Sunset Boulevard in Beverly Hills. The two-bed room, two-bathroom residence was substantially extra modest than Aniston’s other qualities, but no a lot less charming: It showcased hardwood flooring, vaulted ceilings, and a state-of-the-artwork kitchen area with white marble counter tops. Most likely the most enviable feature of the $3 million dwelling, nonetheless, was its sights: Perched significant up in the hills, the grounds boasted unobstructed vistas. The few reportedly paid out $20,000 a month for the rental.
That identical yr, the previous Mates star shelled out $7.01 million for two condos in the West Village, 1 of which was a penthouse with original hardwood floors and a 900-sq.-foot wraparound terrace. She at first intended to mix the two households into 1 mega-unit that would measure about 2,000 sq. feet, but ultimately, paparazzi challenges led her to set them back on the current market a couple months later on. Aniston marketed them at a reduction for $6.5 million in 2012.
When the East Coast relocation fell through, Aniston didn’t skip a defeat, snapping up a $20.97 million A. Quincy Jones–designed Bel Air mansion later that yr. She at the time all over again partnered up with Stephen Shadley to reimagine the midcentury residence to be a lot less minimal and extra at ease and inviting.
“Jen is drawn to wood, stone, and bronze, elements that have serious material and depth,” Shadley explained to Advertisement. “No issue how wonderful or glamorous some thing is, it has to be warm and inviting.” Aniston nonetheless owns the 8,500-square-foot home.