Jennifer Aniston is always good for a real estate p0rn story, especially over the past few years when it seems like Aniston has really been getting into the real estate market in a big way. In the past year she bought two Manhattan condos worth millions, with the idea that she would make the condos into one huge super-apartment, only to end up selling the properties at a $500,000 loss. She also sold her one-bedroom Beverly Hills home – which she had spent YEARS renovating – last year. She sold that property at a massive profit.
Anyway, when Justin Theroux and Jennifer decided to move back to LA, Aniston laid down some serious cash for a Bel Air mansion, which, as you can guess, is already being extensively renovated, which will probably add several million more to the cost. So what can Jen and Justin do while their new love nest is being fixed up into Aniston’s idealized shag-pad? Well, they could continue to shell out $20,000 a month in hotel bills… or they could just rent yet another house. Because why not? The Mail has photos of JustJen’s latest (temporary) real estate. Nice digs!
As a place to live while your lavish estate is renovated, Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux aren’t doing too badly. The loved up couple have just rented a gorgeous Beverly Hills home at a cost of $40,000 a month until their main house is ready.
Their new mansion being an 8,500 square foot, $21 million palatial palace complete with a vineyard and views of the Pacific Ocean. But in the meantime they will have to settle for five bedrooms, six and a half bathrooms in a somewhat smaller space.
The Hal Levitt-designed exteriors have been masterfully updated as part of a meticulous renovation. This home also has the modern convenience of RTI Smart Home technology and state of the art home theater/entertainment system blends with the highest quality craftsmanship and materials. The Patrick Blanc living wall entices as you walk across the honed basalt entry, suspended above cascading water features, to approach the impressive hand-carved front door.
The interiors and exteriors offer the best of California living: ocean and city views, entertainer-friendly layout with Lynx outdoor cooking area, zero-edge pool with 18 feet deep lounge area and spa. Rooms include stone-lined temperature controlled wine cellar; bar with custom cabinetry, walnut shelving and LED glass lighting installation.
The Bulthaup kitchen has stunning Monobloc stainless steel island, floating appliance cubes, warm bronze and striped walnut cabinetry, and appliances by Miele and Leibherr. The master suite has custom walnut closets and is complete with his and hers baths featuring book-matched Calcutta Borghini marble, Ann Sacks tiles, heated flooring, steam shower, and private outdoor shower.
[From The Mail]
That all sounds really amazing, doesn’t it? But can you even fathom RENTING a place for $40,000 a month? You can’t even rationalize that by saying, “Oh, it’s an investment.” It’s not an investment. You’re just renting. You’re just blowing through tens of thousands of dollars a month because your multi-million-dollar villa is facing extreme renovations. I mean… it’s her money, she can do whatever she wants with it and God bless. But it does seem very excessive.
Photos courtesy of Fame/Flynet.
Written by Kaiser
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