You know you want it. You could turn it into a shrine, celebrating the All-American dream marriage that went awry.
The house, which is being sold as part of the couple’s divorce settlement, is empty of furniture, the paper reported. The stars, who lived there less than two years, have moved on to separate residences in Malibu. Pitt, 41, and Aniston, 36, bought the 10,000 square foot, Wallace Neff-designed home for about $13.5 million in 2001. They then spent two years refurbishing it.
The house was built in a French Normandy style in the 1930s for actor Fredric March. Realty agents who have seen the house told the paper that it has some high-end features, including a screening room with film equipment and black leather seating; tennis courts; imported mahogany floors; a stainless-steel kitchen; and an art studio with skylights. The white living room walls are covered in lacquer akin to the shiny surface of a sports car, the paper said. The master suite features his and hers sitting rooms, one of which was turned into a large closet. The ground level features a bar with glass walls opening to an outdoor fireplace, pool and spa.
Aniston, Pitt put house on market [Reuters]