Inside Jennifer Aniston's Staggering California Home

Jennifer Aniston is not only one of the most beloved celebrities in the entertainment world, but she's also one of the highest-paid actors in Hollywood. She also has several lucrative endorsement deals with brands such as Aveeno and Smartwater, has produced a few fragrances, and is the chief creative officer of supplement company Vital Proteins. So it's not surprising that the Friends star has a net worth of $300 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth, and based on her recent success with Apple TV's The Morning Show, we can assume that number is only going to continue to grow.  

Given Aniston's star status, it's understandable that fans and followers want to know where this celeb calls home. Although she's famously protective of her private life — who can blame her, given all the public speculation about her relationships? — the actress recently welcomed Architectural Digest into her home for an extensive tour, and she's been sharing quick glimpses of her abode on her Instagram account, which she created in late 2019. Keep reading to learn all about Jennifer Aniston's dreamy California pad.

She shares glimpses of her Bel Air home on Instagram

Set on 3.25 acres in Bel Air, Jennifer Aniston's midcentury modern home is the epitome of California chic. The actor purchased it for $20.1 million (per Celebrity Net Worth), and the house features four bedrooms, six-and-a-half bathrooms, a zen pool, an expansive yard, a wine cellar, a huge walk-in closet, and an adjacent guest house, per Architectural Digest. No dream pad is complete without scenic views, and Aniston's doesn't disappoint, offering breathtaking vistas of the city and ocean.

Regarding the interior design, she credits designers Stephen Shadley, Kathleen and Tommy Clements, and Jane Hallworth for her "home's deftly layered interior," calling her decor choices a mix of "Old World meets New World." Highlights include silk rugs, antique Japanese screens, midcentury furniture, hand-painted wallpaper, polished concrete, and Abstract Expressionist paintings. "Every corner you turn, you have an experience," Aniston said. "Everywhere you look, you get a vista. We worked very hard to get that flow right." Shadley also stated that, throughout the design process, Aniston was "drawn to wood, stone, and bronze, materials that have real substance and depth." However, the homeowner had one big design rule: "No matter how beautiful or glamorous something is, it has to be warm and inviting."

We'd say: Mission accomplished.