Jennifer Aniston's onetime love nest is available for ambitious price

Jennifer Karmon
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A year-and-a-half rental stint as the love nest of Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux -- not to mention big price slashes -- hasn't been enough to sell this made-over Beverly Hills beauty.

The owners paid $4.6 million for 425 Martin Lane in April 2010, then fixed it up and heaved it onto the market about a year later for an ambitious $14.9 million -- more than triple the purchase price -- Curbed L.A. reported at the time. Lest your eyes pop out as far as ours did: After seeing the home in person, the rarely credulous Curbed declared the renovation one of "humility" and the price tag "deserved" because "every last detail is expensive."

(Click here or on a photo to go to the slideshow, including pre-flip "before" pictures starting at slide 30.)

In May 2012, when Aniston and Theroux started renting the place, the home had been marked down to $11.5 million, according to Trulia Luxe Living. They paid $40,000 a month while they renovated a house they'd just bought in Los Angeles' nearby Bel Air.

Now they've left, and the Beverly Hills mansion is available at the further-marked-down price of $9.9 million -- merely double-plus the 2010 purchase price. Your multimillions will buy you five bedrooms and six baths in 6,600 square feet of living space on about half an acre of land. The master bedroom "features [an] amazing ocean view with dual baths," the listing says.

Click here or on a photo to see dozens of pictures, including a batch at the end of our slideshow that shows what the mansion looked like before the 2010 flip (and well before Aniston and Theroux lived there).

Worth the markup, do you think?

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