Brad and Jen’s Former Beverly Hills Mansion For Sale Has a ‘Clueless’ Closet

published Mar 13, 2020
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Looking for a home with an A-list pedigree? This Beverly Hills home that once belonged to Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt is as ready for its close up as ever.

The property was built in 1934 for Oscar winning star of “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,” Fredric March and designed by architect Wallace Neff. Brad and Jen bought the place in 2001 for $12.5 million, a bargain compared to the current $44.5 million asking price. The former flames did some extensive renovations back in the early aughts, adding, among other things, a pub room with wood floors that originated from a 200-year-old French chateau, per the Wall Street Journal.  

“They spent years and millions renovating the place, but never enjoyed it as a couple,” says Erik Gunther, celebrity real estate expert. “Brad and Jen’s former Beverly Hills place has been on the market for over a year and the price has been cut yet again. The stylish residence is now even cheaper…for a buyer who desires a mansion with a superb 90210 pedigree.”

The 12,000 square foot main house has four en-suite bedrooms, a private exercise room, and a bar with a fireplace that converts to a digital projector. And like something out of 1995 teen hit “Clueless,” there’s an automated closet in the master suite.

Outdoors, there is a living area that opens to the pool and and outdoor seating with a fireplace. The 1.19-acre grounds include a newly built tennis court and tennis pavilion with a second-story guest house. notes that it’s the most expensive new listing this week—though it’s been on and off the market in the past year, originally asking $56 million in April 2019, then $49 million in May.