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.
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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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