Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston’s Former Beverly Hills Estate Lists For $56M
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Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston’s Former Beverly Hills Estate Lists For $56M

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By Kathryn McLamb
Designed in 1934 by influential Southern Californian architect Wallace Neff, the updated mansion boasts five bedrooms and 12 bathrooms.

Tucked away in Beverly Hills, California, the 1.2-acre estate once owned by Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston is back on the market. Originally designed by influential architect Wallace Neff in 1934, the house was renovated by the former A-lister couple, who owned the home from 2001 to 2006.

The five-bedroom estate was originally designed in 1934 by architect Wallace Neff, who helped define the Southern Californian home with his Spanish and Mediterranean touches.

The five-bedroom estate was originally designed in 1934 by architect Wallace Neff, who helped define the Southern Californian home with his Spanish and Mediterranean touches.

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While the celebrity owners spent over three years upgrading the residence, they meticulously kept the architectural integrity of the original structure. Featuring five bedrooms and an impressive 12 baths, the French Normandy Revival-style estate also includes a huge swimming pool right off an expansive outdoor living area, as well as a newly built tennis court with a pavilion and second-story guest house. Scroll ahead to see inside the secluded property, currently listed for $56,000,000.

Neff originally built the home for award-winning actor Fredric March and his wife, actress Florence Eldridge.

Neff originally built the home for award-winning actor Fredric March and his wife, actress Florence Eldridge.

Former celebrity couple Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston lived in the home from 2001 to 2006, thoughtfully renovating it throughout the course of over three years.

Former celebrity couple Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston lived in the home from 2001 to 2006, thoughtfully renovating it throughout the course of over three years.

The gourmet, black-and-white kitchen houses the original fireplace, along with an eat-in area.

The gourmet, black-and-white kitchen houses the original fireplace, along with an eat-in area.

The light-filled dining space can comfortably seat up to 20 people.

The light-filled dining space can comfortably seat up to 20 people.

The home's lower level includes a bar and a sitting room, which open to a huge swimming pool and an outdoor living area with a fireplace.

The home's lower level includes a bar and a sitting room, which open to a huge swimming pool and an outdoor living area with a fireplace.

Lush landscaping encircles the backyard, creating a tranquil setting with plenty of privacy.

Lush landscaping encircles the backyard, creating a tranquil setting with plenty of privacy.

Floor-to-ceiling windows line most of the home's backside, welcoming natural light to illuminate the interiors.

Floor-to-ceiling windows line most of the home's backside, welcoming natural light to illuminate the interiors.

A look at the newly built tennis court. 

A look at the newly built tennis court. 

A contemporary guest house is located on the second floor of the tennis pavilion.

A contemporary guest house is located on the second floor of the tennis pavilion.

The 1930s estate includes separate gated entrances on two streets.

The 1930s estate includes separate gated entrances on two streets.

1026 Ridgedale Dr. is currently listed for $56,000,000 by Susan Smith of Hilton & Hyland.

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