The Beverly Hills love nest once shared by Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston is back on the market – for a cool £40million.
The couple owned the house between 2001 and 2006, buying it a year after they were married and eventually selling it 12 months after their divorce was granted.
Brad and Jen paid £10million for it in 2001 and now it is worth more than four times that value, and when you take a look inside, you can see why it is valued so highly.
The home was built in 1934 by Frederick March and designed by Wallace Neff, with the property covering a massive 12,000 sq ft and boasting five bedrooms and an incredible 12 bathrooms.
Listed with Susan Smith of Hilton & Hyland the pictures show that behind the 1930s exterior is a modern interior that boasts marble floors in the kitchen and a huge dining room that can entertain 20 guests.
Marble is a feature with a fireplace being made in the stone for the master bedroom suite, which also has vaulted ceilings.
Downstairs, there is a bar cum cinema room that has a digital projector and a gourmet cooking kitchen.
The huge living room opens up to an outdoor entertaining area with a fireplace and a massive swimming pool.
For those sporty moments, there is also a tennis pavilion as well as aguesthouse in the grounds.
The large living room opens up to the huge swimming pool and outdoor entertaining area with fireplace.
On the grounds of the estate there is a tennis pavilion and guesthouse.
There is two gated entries on to two different streets and it is little wonder that Brad and Jen enjoyed their time living in this spectacular home.
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