Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston may have officially parted ways in October 2005, but the stars are still making headlines. The Beverly Hills mansion they owned from 2001 to 2006 is now on sale for $44.5 million. It ended up being sold to a hedge fund executive in 2006, but now it's back on the market with Susan Smith of Hilton & Hyland, Beverly Hills.
After their Malibu wedding, Pitt and Aniston took on a three-year renovation process, which involved upgrading the kitchen floor with heated marble, designing a screening room, and installing a bar with flooring from a 200-year-old French château. They even chose to add a tennis court and a guest house. In addition to these standout features, the French Normandy Revival-style estate includes five bedrooms and 13 bathrooms, as well as an outdoor space with a swimming pool.
Scroll down for a look at the 11,173-square-foot gated property Pitt and Aniston once called home.
The French Normandy Revival-style estate was built in 1934 for actor Fredric March
The living room opens up to the pool area
The dining room can seat up to 20
Here's a view of the private screening room
Pitt and Aniston added a tennis court when they renovated the home
The airy living room
The sleek black and white kitchen has heated marble flooring
A bar is located on the lower level
Another highlight is the pool area
The property has five bedrooms
The home also features an exercise room
The outdoor space includes a dining area and a living room
From Harper's Bazaar U.S.
All Images: Tyler Hogan