Brad and Jen’s Pad
Back in 2001 Jennifer lived in this home built by Wallace Neff, an architect credited with the development of “California” style homes. The home in Beverly Hills has more than 10 rooms, features a pool, tennis court and a wine cellar. It also has 10,000 square feet. The home had Brazilian mahogany floors, an art studio with skylights and a screening room with 35 millimeter film equipment.
Aniston and Pitt paid $13.5 million for the home and later put it on the market for $28 million. Aniston ended up renting a $15 million home while the Neff home sat on the market.
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Beverly Hills Backyard
The Neff-designed home is in the French Normandy style. The couple spent two years refurbishing it before calling it quits on their marriage. They ended up living in the house for less than two years. Find out the six most popular architecture styles in the U.S.