There are many beautiful homes in LA, but few can rival the star-studded past of the four-structure Laurel Canyon compound nicknamed 'The Crown Jewel.' Now, the property that once housed legends like Corbin Bernsen and Jennifer Aniston (while she was filming friends, no less!) among others has hit the market for $2,595,000.
The 1930s property is perched atop Laurel Canyon, offering panoramic views of Los Angeles. It is comprised of four distinct structures: the main house, the A-frame guest house, the pool house, and the studio. Though each structure has its own personality, they flow seamlessly into one another to create a unique and cohesive home. It's also brimming with home decor ideas.
'What sets this property apart is its unassuming charm; it's been dubbed the Crown Jewel of Laurel Canyon, yet it maintains the laid-back, funky vibe that draws buyers to this neighborhood. Truly, it's a one-of-a-kind gem,' says Wendy Moore, the Compass listing agent for the property. This chic but laid-back feel is evident in every corner of the relaxed property, all of which are designed to celebrate the natural beauty of the surrounding landscape and city.
From the stylish living room to the gorgeous and impressively sized kitchen decor, the Laural Canyon property earns its honorific title. The design has a cozy modern feel. Large windows fill each room with light, while bright white walls and hardwood floors give the main home a clean look.
During her tenure at the 'Crown Jewel' compound, Jennifer Aniston rented the A-frame guest house while filming Friends. This unique light-filled part of the property has a warm modern rustic feel. The farmhouse look of the cozy structure is all the cooler juxtaposed with the iconic LA skyline, visible from the guest house windows. Jennifer's former home includes its own wood-paneled kitchen, bathroom, and loft bedroom, accessible by a stylish staircase ladder.
Whether you have $2.6 million to spare or are just looking for decorating ideas, the 'Crown Jewel' compound is worth a look. The unique property offers everything from stunning views to a star-studded provenance including the likes of Jennifer Aniston. Really, what more could you look for in a Los Angeles home?
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This early 20th century hanging light has an opalescent shade and chain for a stylish look.
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I am a London-based News Writer at Homes & Gardens. My interests lie at the intersection of design and popular culture with a particular focus on trends and celebrity homes. Before joining Future, I worked as a Content Writer and Communications Lead for Fig Linens and Home, a luxury linens and home interiors brand based in Fairfield County, CT. I have a BA in Creative Writing from Sarah Lawrence College in New York and an MSc from the Oxford University Department of Anthropology.
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