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Jennifer Aniston has notoriously modern taste when it comes to architecture and design. In November 2011, not long after her sleek, Arch Digest-anointed Beverly Hills hideaway hit the market, the actress settled on a gorgeous, gleamingly new unit on Gramercy Park in Manhattan. This January, she doled out generously for a 1965 A. Quincy Jones-designed modern in Bel-Air, Calif. Now Aniston and boyfriend Justin Theroux are paying $40K a month to rent a thoroughly renovated Hal Levitt design in Los Angeles.

But just because Jen's laying her flaxen hair here doesn't mean you can't too, eventually: according to Trulia Luxe Living, the five-bedroom home—which, with details such as white oak wide-plank flooring, "hand-chiseled stone flooring imported from Tandoor, India," hand-blown Venetian lighting, Ann Sacks tiling, a "Bulthaup B3 Walnut Floating Chefs Kitchen," and a temperature-controlled wine room, probably doesn't have much in the way of Levitt's original vision—is also quietly asking $11.5M. Curbed LA, which has covered this property extensively, took notice when it first came to market for $14.9M last July—the owner, who bought the 6,500-square-foot home for $4.6M in April 2010, was shooting for a nearly unheard-of flip. Perhaps an A-lister is just the kick in the caboose it needs to finally sell?

· Peek Inside Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux's New Beverly Hills Rental [Trulia Luxe Living via Curbed LA]
· 425 Martin Lane, Beverly Hills, Calif. [Zillow]
· Madeover Hal Levitt Flip in Beverly Hills [Curbed LA]
· Inside Jennifer Aniston's Sleek New Piece of Starchitecture [Curbed National]
· All Jennifer Aniston coverage [Curbed National]