Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston’s Onetime 90210 Mansion Fetches $32.5M

Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston’s Onetime 90210 Mansion Fetches $32.5M

Published: August 22, 2020 | By: American Luxury Staff

The erstwhile home of actors Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston—and, way back when, Fredric March—has managed to charm a buyer into signing on the dotted line. The property first popped up last June, asking $49 million; in October it was back at $44.5 million. After a final sojourn on the market earlier this year at the same price, it changed hands for $32.5 million.

March had the five-bedroom home custom built in the 1930s, commissioning famous L.A. architect Wallace Neff to take on the project. The result of Neff’s work and March’s dream packs both Tudor and Monterey Colonial architectural elements. Mostly, though, it’s just big, and rustic enough to come off as more inviting than pompous.

Inside the home, the renovations that have been conducted in recent years co-exist gracefully with the period details that have survived them. The living room sports a fireplace accent wall in lavish figured marble, while the plank oak floors appear to be original. Of all the shared spaces, the entertainment room looks most impressive, working in a wet bar and a fireplace amid earth tones, exposed timber ceiling, and tile floors for a very refined end result. The office/creative workspace isn’t far behind; it’s a long, rambling room with plank floors, walls and vaulted ceiling all in white, and French doors opening onto the property exterior.

Which extends to over an acre of grounds. A pool, a living area with a fireplace, a guest house and a tennis court complete this private and expansive property.

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