A Beverly Hills estate designed by Hollywood architect Wallace Neff, and extensively remodeled decades later by then-owners Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt, is coming on the market for $56 million.
The approximately 12,000-square-foot estate dates back to the 1930s, when Mr. Neff designed the property for actor Fredric March and his wife, actress Florence Eldridge, according to the listing agent, Susan Smith of Hilton & Hyland. Mr. Neff was known for building some of the most recognizable estates of Hollywood’s Golden Age.
The property was later owned by philanthropist Wallis Annenberg, who sold it to entertainment attorney Ken Ziffren, Mr. Ziffren said. Mr. Pitt and Ms. Aniston bought the property from Mr. Ziffren for about $13.5 million, according to public records, and spent more than three years remodeling it. They added heated marble kitchen floors, a private screening room and, for a pub room, wood floors imported from a 200-year-old French château.