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Jennifer Aniston has officially put her Beverly Hills mansion on the market.

There have been rumblings over the past couple of weeks that Aniston was quietly floating the Asian and Balinese-inspired home, which she calls Ohana, and now she has officially listed the property for $42,000,000.

The official listing reads:



Unparalleled Hal Levitt “Ohana” Estate Offers Rare Oasis of Asian and Balinese-Inspired Tranquility in the Heart of Los Angeles with Commanding 180 Degree Views.

Coldwell Banker Previews International announces that the unmatched Beverly Hills residence created by renowned mid-century modern architect Hal Levitt and meticulously restored and redesigned under the direction of Hollywood’s leading lady Jennifer Aniston will be introduced to the market at $42 Million by Estates Director Jade Mills. The rare property, which offers the ultimate urban sanctuary in the middle of LA’s most desirable neighborhood, is located in the highly sought-after Beverly Hills real estate vicinity of Trousdale Estates. The property offers the best of both worlds: an inviting home designed for entertaining, embodying the Hawaiian concept of extended family known as “Ohana,” combined with the peacefulness of an island retreat. The water features, which include a pool, spa, ponds, and fountains, flow gracefully throughout the property and cultivate an atmosphere of relaxation and rejuvenation. Reached via a long gated drive, the estate offers the ultimate in privacy and security, as well as the feeling of being transported a world away from Hollywood.

The estate represents the epitome of indoor/outdoor living with effortless flow between the home and the grounds that lends itself to hosting a wide array of events, from intimate gatherings of friends and family to large-scale celebrations. The scale of the home is striking, with large rooms and soaring ceilings that foster a sense of freedom. Constructed with Green consideration and smart house technology, the residence features a cohesive blend of wood, glass and stone which flow seamlessly out to the grounds. The outdoor entertaining areas include fireplaces, an outdoor living room, and a kitchen set on approximately 1 acre.

While staying true to its architectural heritage as a Hal Levitt original, the home has been carefully redesigned and expanded to just under 10,000 square feet by Stephen Shadley featured in Architectural Digest’s prestigious AD 100 list of the top interior designers and architects in the world. He translated Ms. Aniston’s vision for the property into reality and elevated it to new heights in the process.

“This property is sheer perfection,” explains listing agent Jade Mills. “In decades of representing some of the leading homes in Los Angeles, rarely have I seen anything that compares to this zen-like oasis which leaves absolutely nothing to be desired. For those who appreciate the significance of a home by one of LA’s most noted architects whose work helped define an era, this property will be considered the ultimate find. Not only is it an original by an important architect masterfully updated for today’s lifestyle, but it features exquisite craftsmanship and represents the pinnacle of quality, style and taste.”

The interior features include a gourmet chef’s kitchen, a prep and catering kitchen, family room, rosewood paneled formal living room, secondary living room with a wet bar, 3 additional bedrooms each with their own en-suite baths and a master suite with dual baths, a Japanese Ofuro tub as well as a sunken spa tub, steam shower and generous closet space The home offers 5 bedrooms, 7 ½ baths, a gym, a staff room, an equipment room, extensive storage, a 3 car garage and a motor court.

Although Aniston has publicly acknowledged that she is looking for property in New York City, according to the Real Estalker, she recently took a look at The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Lisa Vanderpump’s Beverly Park mansion. Vanderpump’s asking price is $29,000,000.

See photos of Jennifer Aniston’s home below: