She then completely overhauled the 1972 property with the help of interior designer and architect Stephen Shadley. The project took nearly two and a half years, but not long after Aniston moved in, she was ready to move on.
Photos courtesy of Realtor.com.
From life size portraits to monogrammed pillows, there's no shortage of personal touches left in Hilton's former home, which can now be yours for $20,000 a month. More
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