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Let’s Take a Look Inside Jennifer Aniston & Brad Pitt’s Former Mansion, Shall We?

It’ll probably go down in Hollywood history as the most devastating celebrity breakup of all time: Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt. The couple divorced in 2005 but before that, they lived in a 12,000 square foot, four-bedroom mega-mansion in Beverly Hills. Now, the former love nest of Jen Aniston and Brad Pitt is for sale. According to Architectural Digest, the couple first bought the home for a cool $13.1 million way back in 2001. They spent three years renovating it and then living in it before it was purchased by entertainment attorney, Ken Ziffren shortly after their divorce.  It was sold and bought again at least once after Ziffern and the current owner, an unnamed hedge fund executive, is listing the property again for a whopping $49 million. I guess Brad and Jen must have added a heck of a lot of renovations to boost the property value that much.

The good news for us is that with a new listing, comes new photos so let’s take a look inside the former abode of Jen and Bradd, shall we?

First, the exterior.

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Image: Hilton & Hyland.

Jen and Brad chose a French Normandy style for the home which you can clearly see in this charming entryway and living room.

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The kitchen floor is eerily similar to the flooring in Kris Jenner’s former Hidden Hills estate, don’t you think?

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There’s even a pub room complete with an entire wall of wine and a retro vending machine.

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Of course, they wanted to take full advantage of California’s amazing weather so they went with an indoor-outdoor vibe for this living room.

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Their former dining room is filled with natural light and can seat up to 20 guests.

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And in case that’s not enough room, there’s always the outdoor dining area.

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Now, who wants to Venmo me $49 million?

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