Jennifer Aniston's 'Friends' Residence Hits the Market For $2.59M

Jennifer Aniston's 'Friends' Residence Hits the Market For $2.59M

The Los Angeles residence that served as Jennifer Aniston's home during her time on the hit sitcom Friends is now on the market, offering a rare opportunity for fans and buyers alike. Aniston, who played the iconic character Rachel Green, first lived in the charming estate during the early 1990s, right when she was about to start her journey with the globally beloved show.

Affectionately called "The Crown Jewel," the house is located in the picturesque Laurel Canyon neighbourhood and is known for its breath taking views of downtown Los Angeles and the surrounding landscape. The property consists of four distinctive buildings: the main house, a pool house, an office/studio, and a quaint A-frame guest house.

The estate, which dates back to 1936, has seen various notable occupants over the years. Actor-producer Beach Dickerson once called it home, and it later belonged to Scotty Bowers, a celebrity matchmaker and author, until his passing in 2019. After Bowers, the property was passed on to Corbin Bernsen, Dickerson's godson, and his wife Amanda Pays, who conducted extensive renovations, adding to the estate's charm.

"The Crown Jewel" offers a unique and relaxed atmosphere that continues to attract buyers to this area, according to Wendy Moore, an agent at Compass with whom the property is listed. The main house boasts a design-rich interior with modern features, including walls of glass in the living/dining room and a stylish kitchen with black-and-white checkerboard flooring.

The outdoor amenities include a swimming pool and spa surrounded by brick and concrete terracing. The pool house appears to double as a gym, providing the perfect place for relaxation and fitness.

Additionally, the estate features a hillside bungalow known as "El Nido de Nestor," named after its former tenant, the Oscar-winning Spanish cinematographer Nestor Almendros. The A-frame guest cottage comes with a kitchenette and a loft bedroom, making it a cozy and functional space.

The property has a unique charm that complements its stunning view of the city, contributing to its status as one of Laurel Canyon's most sought-after homes. In 2020, it changed hands for $2 million, and it is currently listed for just below $2.6 million.

Sadly, the property went up for sale nearly a week before the sad news of Matthew Perry's passing. The beloved actor, who portrayed Chandler Bing on Friends, passed away at the age of 54. In response, Jennifer Aniston, along with her fellow cast members Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, and David Schwimmer, released a heartfelt statement, expressing their deep grief and describing themselves as a family beyond just cast mates.

"We are all so utterly devastated by the loss of Matthew. We were more than just cast mates. We are a family," their statement reads. "There is so much to say, but right now we're going to take a moment to grieve and process this unfathomable loss."

As Aniston’s property becomes available to potential buyers, it serves as a poignant reminder of the enduring legacy of Friends and the bond shared by its cast members.

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