Jennifer Aniston Buys Oprah’s $14.8 Million Farm Near Harry and Meghan Markle’s Montecito Mansion

SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA: Jennifer Aniston purchased Oprah Winfrey’s farmhouse which sits on a one-acre lot. The new property is close to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Montecito mansion. Aniston’s recent purchase makes her the latest rich and famous resident of Montecito, California.

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The four-bedroom farmhouse is close to other celebrities, including Ariana Grande, Rob Lowe, Gwyneth Paltrow and Ellen Degeneres. The “Friends” star acquired the 4,320 square foot property for a whopping $14.8 million. Meanwhile, Winfrey bought the same property in early 2021 for $10.5 million.

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Earlier, Winfrey had sold the two small cabins for $2.3 million to longtime personal trainer and property manager Bob Greene. According daily mail, Aniston’s new property was built in 1998. It features “picturesque ocean and mountain views, multiple decks, landscaped gardens, a huge car lot, and a long gated driveway.”

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Oprah Winfrey sold the two small cottages for $2.3 million in early 2022 (Steve Jennings/Getty Images)

Aniston earlier revealed her interest in buying new properties and designing them, “If I wasn’t an actress, I would want to be a designer,” she said. Architectural summary. “I love the process. There is something about the choice of fabrics and finishes that feeds my soul.

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According Architectural Summary, she owned many properties at different times in her life. When Brad Pitt and Aniston tied the knot, the duo shelled out $13.1 million for a 12,000-square-foot French Norman-style home in Beverly Hills. The mansion was originally built in 1934 and was designed by famed Southern Californian architect Edwin Wallace Neff. The couple renovated this house for more than three years. However, it was sold in 2006 after their divorce.

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Jennifer Aniston poses with the Sherry Lansing Leadership Award at the Hollywood Reporter 2021 Power 100 Women in Entertainment Presented by Lifetime at Fairmont Century Plaza on December 08, 2021 in Los Angeles, California.
Jennifer Aniston had already bought a house in Beverly Hills after marrying Brad Pitt (Amy Sussman/Getty Images)

Aniston then owned a Beverly Hills mansion designed by Harold W Levitt in 2006. She later nicknamed the home “Ohana,” which means extended family in Hawaiian.

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The 53-year-old actress shelled out $13.5million for the hillside residence in 2006, then spent the next few years working with designer Stephen Shadley to transform it. The actress later spent $7.01 million on two condos in the West Village, one of which was a penthouse and a 900-square-foot wraparound deck. The “Friends” star then landed in his Bel Air Mansion for $20.97 million. She collaborated with Stephen Shadley to renovate the house to make it more comfortable and welcoming.

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(L-R) Steve Carell presents the Sherry Lansing Leadership Award to winner Jennifer Aniston onstage at the Hollywood Reporter 2021 Power 100 Women in Entertainment Presented by Lifetime at Fairmont Century Plaza on December 08, 2021 in Los Angeles, California.
Jennifer Aniston onstage at the Hollywood Reporter 2021 Power 100 Women in Entertainment at Fairmont Century Plaza on December 8, 2021 in Los Angeles, California (Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Recently, the actress also caught some attention by sharing a photo of herself in the shower to promote a new product from her hair care brand called LolaVie hair. It entered the hair care market in 2021, focusing primarily on mid-priced products such as the recently launched hair oil, detangler and leave-in conditioner. Products are listed as plant-based, cruelty-free, and sustainable.

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