The internet has been a buzz this week with reports that Jennifer Aniston is privately listing her Beverly Hills home for sale at a whopping $42,000,000. Man that is a lot of zero's. Aniston recently gave a glimpse into the home in a March feature by Architectural Digest. Built in 1970 by Architect Harold W. Levitt with sweeping views of the city, Aniston calls the house "Ohana," a reference to the Hawaiian idea of extended family. She purchased the 9,000 square foot home in 2006 for $13.5M, and underwent a two and a half year gutting and remodeling of the property with her designer Stephen Shadley. Mr. Shadley was quoted in the Architectural Digest feature as saying, "I’ll be lucky if I ever do anything with this kind of team and freedom again." The home is full of "green" energy efficient touches, wide open spaces, and zen inspired touches. I will be honest and say that I have not had much real estate experience in this price range to this point in my career; however, my only question is that from the overview shot, is the lot big enough to garner the asking price? I am sure the cache of owning arguably the most famous "Friend's" star is worth a lot to the right buyer though. It is being shown to pre-qualified buyer's only, so no open houses to take a peak unfortunately.