Jennifer Aniston, Brad Pitt
Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt are pictured attending the 56th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards on Sept. 19, 2004, in Los Angeles. Getty Images/Kevin Winter

Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt's former home is now for sale.

Pitt and Aniston were married for five years before breaking things off and getting divorced in 2005. While the two were married, the former couple lived in a lavish Beverly Hills estate, which has been listed on the market for $56 million, The Wall Street Journal reported.

According to listing agent Susan Smith of Hilton & Hyland, the 12,000-square-foot property was designed by Hollywood architect Wallace Neff and dates back to the 1930s. Actor Fredric March and his wife, actress Florence Eldridge, were the original owners of the lavish estate.

After Pitt and Aniston bought the property for $13.5 million, they spent three years remodeling it to their specifications. The Beverly Hills home boasts four bedrooms, a dining room, gym, bar room with an original fireplace, sitting room, large swimming pool and outdoor living space.

Pitt and the "Friends" star put up the estate for sale after their ended their marriage, and it was purchased by hedge fund executive Jonathan Brooks.

But the former couple's former home wasn't the only extravagant estate in the neighborhood. The property next to their estate that was previously owned by Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman sold for $66 million.

Meanwhile, Pitt, whose divorce negotiations with Angelina Jolie is currently ongoing, recently reunited with Aniston at her star-studded 50th birthday bash at the Sunset Tower Hotel in Los Angeles. His appearance at the party came as a shock to many, but a source told Entertainment Tonight that Pitt and Aniston have actually been friends for a while now.

"Jen and Brad have remained friends and have spoken with each other quite a few times since they both became single," the insider shared. "They are friends and have supported each other through some tough times. They've come so far since their marriage and plan to stay friends for life."

According to the source, Pitt and Aniston have no hard feelings toward each other nowadays, but they still want to keep their friendship low-key. The two reportedly don't want everyone speculating on them reigniting their former romance.

"There are truly no hard feelings between them..." the source continued. "They both realize that anytime they cross paths people talk about a reunion. He came on his own and quietly entered the party. They had heavy security, kept a ban on social media, and hoped for the best."