Jennifer Aniston just listed her eco-friendly Beverly Hills, Calif., bachelorette pad for a whopping $42 million. The 10,000-square-foot home, with stunning 180-degree views of Los Angeles, was designed by mid-century architect Hal Levitt and last year featured in Architectural Digest after Aniston gave it an eco-friendly overhaul including solar panels.
But at just one acre, is it worth the steep price?
Beverly Hills Realtor Chad Rogers, former star of Million Dollar Listing, doesn't think so.
"It's my professional opinion that the property is not worth $42 million in the current market," he says, adding that a comparable neighboring property sold a few months ago for $13 million (at $2,680 per square foot).
Aniston's home is priced at $4,200 per square foot.
The large price tag no doubt reflects the amount Aniston put into the renovation. A Beverly Hills insider reports that Aniston was rumored to have dropped quite a bit of cash on upgrades, including a sophistocated security system, including a paparazzi-proof fence.