We Didn't Spot a Nursery in Jennifer Aniston's New Mansion
But you'll be surprised to discover what the star's new Bel Air home with Justin Theroux DOES include.
Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are preparing to nest in their new $20 million dream home -- but not in the way you think.
The A-list couple are currently re-building an ultra-modern, 9,000-square-foot two-story abode in Bel Air, Calif. and despite constant pregnancy rumors, there aren't any plans for a nursery just yet. Instead, the new home will boast a rather unexpected feature: a Chicken House.
The former Friends star previously admitted that she likes to relax by watching her unusual pets and has set aside a special place for them inside the grounds of her fabulous new home.
"They're very social animals, and they like it when you visit them with a cup of coffee in your hand," she once told The Globe.
But Aniston's chicks aren't the only ones who'll be sitting pretty: Celebuzz took a sneak peek inside the couple's new home, which sits high above the Bel Air Country Club on 3.25 acres of land -- and we discovered a whole lot of luxury.
Also on display: a family room with a large bar, a dining room that looks out to an outdoor water feature, a library and a huge master bedroom complete with a master bathroom and closet.
And if you're into scenic views, get jealous: a private garden is located off the bathroom, while a deck is just off the bedroom.
The grounds also boast a 550-square-foot guest house, a rectangular swimming pool with adjacent pool house and -- get this -- a vineyard.
The mansion will be surrounded by landscaped gardens plus a gravel driveway that leads to a sleek motor court.
The new design will incorporate large glass panels throughout to blend into the picturesque setting and to maximize the stunning views of the surrounding Santa Monica mountains.
In January, 2012, Aniston splashed out almost $21 million to buy the original 8,500-square-foot 1965 home by eco-friendly architect A.Quincy Jones, which had 4 bedrooms and 6.5, baths.
But that was chump-change for the bankable star -- she originally bought her previous Hal Leavitt-designed Beverly Hills home in 2006 for $13.5 million... and flipped it five years later for a startling $35 million.