A look inside the former mansion of the newlyweds of Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt


Tucked away in a quiet cul-de-sac with gated entrances on two streets, the property includes a sprawling 11,173 square foot main house and a championship tennis court with a two-story pavilion, the upper level of which has been transformed. in guest house. The complex spans a total of five bedrooms and 13 bathrooms, with the guesthouse also having its own living room.

The two-story French Norman-style main house dates back to the 1930s and was specially built for the film titan Fredric March and his wife, actress Florence Eldridge, by Architectural summary.

Designed by Hollywood architect Wallace Neff, the lavish residence features floor-to-ceiling windows leading out to a raised round patio, with a staircase flanked by lush hedges leading to a huge swimming pool with covered lounge chairs and alfresco dining areas on either side. and other.

Further stairs lead down to a perfectly manicured lawn, with a long alcove giving access to the tennis court – an addition made by Brook after securing the celebrity’s home. There’s also an expansive stone courtyard out front and additional patios, with “thick tropical” landscaping that keeps prying eyes away.

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