Jennifer Aniston is buying $15 million home in Beverly Hills, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Within the one-story residence’s 9,000 square feet – which rest on half an acre – are six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and a pedigree: the house was designed in the early ’70s by Modernist architect Hal Levitt, whose signature is gray-and-black-onyx terrazzo floors, says the paper.
Levitt has also fashioned homes owned by Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, as well as Sex and the City creator Darren Star.
This would be Aniston’s first home purchase since she and Brad Pitt broke up. Since then, she has been renting a two-bedroom home with 50 feet of beachfront in Malibu (near her former Friends costar Courteney Cox Arquette), reportedly for between $25,000 to $30,000 a month on a year’s lease, the Times reports.
While Aniston told Oprah Winfrey in a show that aired Monday that she and Vince Vaughn have not broken up – and not much else about their relationship – the actress has also just directed a short film for Glamour magazine’s “Reel Moments” series.
In addition, according to the Hollywood Reporter, Aniston will produce and possibly star in the Universal Studios comedy-drama Counter Clockwise, by Hollywoodland screenwriter Paul Bernbaum. It is about real-life Harvard psychologist Ellen Langer and her seeming ability to stop people from aging. Or, at least, make them think they are.