If these old walls could speak.
The home sold for $32.5 million, reports Today.
Pitt and Aniston sold the home in 2005 for $28 million, according to “Wallace Neff: Master Architects of Southern California 1920-1940,” a book about the home’s architect Edwin Wallace-Neff.
The 12,000-square foot home was built in 1934 for actors Fredric March and Florence Eldridge, and in addition to Pitt and Aniston, counts among its occupants Vanderbilt descendant Shirley Burden and heiress Wallis Annenberg.
It’s only had "five or six owners" since then, according to Hilton & Hyland listing agent Susan Smith.
The two-story house boasts five bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, and, outside, a tennis court, swimming pool and guest house.
What makes the final selling price of $32.5 million a real steal is that the house was originally listed last year for $56 million. The price was then knocked down to $44 million in March, before it was sold privately at the final price. Buyer’s market.