Jennifer Aniston's House: The Rental Home That Led to an Engagement

By on October 16, 2012 in ArticlesCelebrity Homes

It is rather refreshing to see Jennifer Aniston's name in a headline that doesn't also include the word, "Brangelina".  The star of one television's most successful sitcoms ever, and a steadily working film actress, Jennifer Aniston's work has been largely over-shadowed by the one role she wasn't able to hold on to – Brad Pitt's wife.  Long believed to be one of the sexiest men in Hollywood, it was considered quite a coup when Jennifer became the woman to finally tie Brad down.  Their marriage lasted five years, a rather respectable amount of time by Hollywood standards, but since their divorce, Ms. Aniston has been an almost continuous presence in gossip magazines and on celebrity websites.  She has been portrayed either as the "scorned ex-wife", or the "love-lorn ex-wife who can't let go".  Neither portrait is particularly pretty.  Now, however, she seems to have stepped out of the "Brangelina" shadow and into a new marriage.  She began dating actor, Justin Theroux, in May of 2011, and they moved in to a rental property together in August of 2011.  They lived there until recently.  This past week, they announced their engagement.

Jennifer Aniston's House

Jennifer Aniston's House

Jennifer Aniston's House

Jennifer Aniston's House

Jennifer Aniston's House

Jennifer Aniston's House

Jennifer Aniston's house with Justin Theroux is 1761 square feet and contains two bedrooms and two bathrooms.  They rented it for the latter half of 2011 for $20,000 per month, and then it went on sale for $2.995 million after they moved out.  Jennifer Aniston's house also features high ceilings, hardwood floors, a beautifully landscaped backyard, a pool, a spa, and a state-of-the-art eat-in kitchen.  There is much speculation as to what property will next become Jennifer Aniston's house, now that she is going to tie the knot with Justin.  Since she owns multiple properties, it will most likely be one of her other homes.  Granted, she'll probably be happy anywhere, as long as there are no reminders of "Brangelina".

Articles Written by Paula Wilson
Paula Wilson is a writer, director, production manager, and former professional dancer, originally from North America, who has worked as a performer or director in ten countries and sixteen states. When not writing for CNW, she serves as the Artistic Director of The International Partner Dance Intensive (www.tipdi.com). Follow her on Google+.
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