Jennifer Aniston: Her Beautiful Beverly Hills Home

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We happened upon photos of Jennifer Aniston's home in Beverly Hills, as it was featured in a past issue of Architectural Digest (thanks, House & Home), and I have to say I'm quite enamored of her place -- a place in Hollywood that feels so wonderfully un-Hollywood.

Jennifer's home, like the actress herself seems to be, is wonderfully natural and understated yet also modern and friendly.

Let's take a peek inside actress Jennifer Aniston's house. You know you're dying to take a looksy!


Jennifer Aniston Beverly Hills home

Glass-paneled walls open to a wrap-around patio and a sprawling view of her half acre of land and the city

Aniston's home was originally designed by architect Hal Levitt back in 1970. Courtesy of designer Stephen Shadley, these photos feature the remodeled design of the 9,105 square foot home with six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, purchased in 2006 for $13.5 million.

About her newly remodeled home, Jennifer Aniston tells Architectural Digest, "It’s like a big hug. People can get so distracted by static, I love the silence here."

Jennifer Aniston Beverly Hills home

Sitting room with modern flair and a grand piano and the most amazing wood paneling!

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Jennifer's gorgeous master suite.

In the updated version of Jennifer's exquisite home, there are many lovely natural elements including Brazilian cumaru wood detailing and Asian and Balinese decor. Shadley's vision even managed to modernize the stone wall details, which tend to date a home back to the 70s. Jen's home also has some solar paneling, heated flooring, a vintage pool table, a pool, a pizza oven, and an authentic 1920s Thai gong to call her guests to the dinner table (when the in-house chef has dinner ready, I assume).

Aniston explains that her home “vibrates with the love that created it." She says, "I am so proud of this house. And I want to celebrate the people who made it: the master craftsmen who poured so much of themselves into its creation."

More photos of Jennifer's home can be seen on Dear Designer's Blog.

What do you think of Jennifer Aniston's home? Want to move in?


Images found via Take Sunset are from the March 2010 Architectural Digest, photographer Scott Frances.


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