Jennifer Aniston Buys Oprah Winfrey’s Montecito Farmhouse for $14.8 Million | Architecture Digest


Self-made media mogul and all-around icon Oprah Winfrey sold a sprawling $14.8 million Mediterranean-style Montecito mansion to fellow A-lister Jennifer Aniston. dirt reports. The sale marks the latest big-name real estate transaction in the rather star-studded coastal city, where celebs like Ellen Degeneres and Ariana Grande have made high-profile deals.

Winfrey bought the three-acre property, which consists of the main house and two cottages, for $10.5 million last year. Exact details of the private sales aren’t entirely clear, but the former talk show host appears to have split the property in half, selling the Mediterranean-style home to Aniston and the two cottage houses to her personal trainer and property manager, Bob Greene. The latter sold for $2.3 million, bringing the connection’s total retail price to about $17 million — $6.5 million more than Winfrey paid for it last year.

Oprah Winfrey still owns real estate in Montecito.

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Billed as a “Tuscan farmhouse,” Aniston’s new home includes four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms in 4,320 square feet. While detailed information on the interior of the house, built in 1998, is meager, the friends star enjoys picturesque sea and mountain views, several terraces, landscaped gardens and a huge car space, all on a private lot nestled among oak trees at the end of a long gated driveway.

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No matter what’s in her new home, the actress is sure to add a personal touch to the space. “If I wasn’t an actress, I would want to be a designer. I love the process,” Aniston AD said during a 2018 tour of the stylish 1965 Bel Air mansion, which she acquired in 2012 and still maintains.

Winfrey still owns a number of other properties, including her primary residence in a massive 20,000-square-foot mansion on a 66-acre estate called “Promised Land,” also in Montecito.


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