Just a year after gushing to Architectural Digest about the major renovations she made to the property, Aniston has decided to offload it for an asking price of $42 million. She purchased the pad in 2006 for $13.5 million.
“My life needs to be simplified and clear out the clutter,” she said in a recent interview.
“And along with that thought came, ‘I should sell my house.’ … I had the realization that this is just too much for me. I’m not this person.”
After the house’s face lift, Aniston dubbed it “Ohana,” a Hawaiian expression meaning extended family.
Designed by Stephen Shadley, the property features 14-foot entryways, a travertine bridge over a koi pond and a stunning Murano glass chandelier in the main hall.
Aniston indicated she’ll be looking for a smaller space, possibly in New York City.