Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston's marriage may not have lasted, but the house they shared while married certainly has. The Beverly Hills estate, which the former couple shared back in the early 2000s, is back on the market and the five-bedroom, 12-bathroom home can be yours for the cool price of $71 million (AUD).
Other than purchasing the, dare we say, priceless history of one of Hollywood's most famous love stories, the architectural gem designed by the iconic Hollywood architect Wallace Neff, comes equipped with all kinds of incredible features. There's a gated tennis court that has its own guest home, a screening room perfect for rewatching the couple's greatest hits, and it comes fully renovated.
Built in 1934, the main home also includes an unbelievably large walk-in closet and an exercise room. Meanwhile, there's a dining room that fits 20 people and a separate bar room. Outdoors there is also a pool and plenty of photogenic landscaping. Plus, the home has two gated entries for when you need to dodge the pesky paparazzi.
Pitt and Aniston originally paid $18.5 million (AUD) for the home back in 2001, and then sold it to a hedge fund manager, it's current owner, in 2006 for $32.5 million (AUD).
Pitt recently laughed off rumours that the pair were back on following his split from Angelina Jolie and hers from Justin Theroux. When a member of the paparazzi recently put Pitt on the spot about it, asking, “Everyone wants to know, are you and Jen getting back [together]?,” he replied, simply, “Oh, my God” and "have a good one!"
As for Aniston, she has recently said that she has "zero time" for new relationships," adding, "My focus has been on the show, so dating has not been one of my first priorities. I feel like whatever [romance] looks like, it will present itself, and it’s not about seeking it out, you know?"
While we sadly (still) mourn the loss of Jen and Brad, we'll reminisce with gorgeous photos of the home they once shared.
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This article originally appeared on marie claire Australia.