Jennifer Aniston has listed her Beverly Hills home for $42 million, according to various news outlets, all of which quoting People magazine, the original source. While we send the Curbed intern down to the newsstand, we can tell you the home is a renovation of a 1970 Harold Levitt-designed house that the star bought in October 2006 for “$13,500,000 from big-time contemporary art collector Rosette Delug,” according to the Real Estalker. Jen spent two and a half years reworking the Levitt house with designer Stephen Shandley, but as ABC News notes, ” the house is ‘just too much for her.'” And no, the home isn’t listed on Redfin. · Jennifer Aniston’s Beverly Hills Home on the Market for $42 Million [ABC]

[source: curbed.com]

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