It was good while it lasted. America's favorite TV "friend" Jennifer Aniston, and her husband Justin Theroux, have officially called it quits after two years of marriage. And now, Aniston has reportedly listed the stunning Bel Air mansion where she wed the former Leftovers star.
"She bought the mansion and it underwent extensive renovations. That is what Jen does: Buys houses, renovates and then sells for a huge profit," an insider told US Weekly. "The mansion is going to be a pocket listing, and if it doesn't sell that way, it will be listed on the open market. She is ready to find the next project, and has been searching for a while."
The duo, who married in the backyard of the mid-century modern estate two years ago, just highlighted the property in the March issue of Architectural Digest, and it hit the interwebs earlier this week. Luckily, that came out before the news of their split, which according to rumors, happened sometime late last year.
Aniston purchased the home for $21 million back in 2011, but spent several years renovating the space from top to bottom. Designed by famed architect A. Quincy Jones, the home was originally completed in 1965. Along with Theroux, Aniston furnished the home with Abstract Expressionist paintings, hand-painted wallpaper, and silk rugs. And of course, one uniquely placed Muppet on her nightstand.
A serial house flipper, Aniston says if she wasn't in front of the camera, she'd love to make her real estate prowess into a career. "If I wasn't an actress, I'd want to be a designer. I love the process," she told AD. "There's something about picking out fabrics and finishes that feeds my soul."