Courteney Cox Lists A. Quincy Jones Estate for $19.5 Million
Not only did Courteney Cox and Jennifer Aniston share the small screen together for 10 years on the hit show “Friends,” they also share a love for A. Quincy Jones real estate. Both have owned houses designed by the architect — although Cox may not own her Jones-designed home much longer. The “Cougar Town” actress and her ex-husband, David Arquette, just listed the Trousdale-area property for $19.5 million.
Cox and Arquette bought the home on Wallace Ridge in Beverly Hills for $5.45 million in 2004 under the same trust that they later used to pick up their designer house in Malibu. The two then hired architect Cory Buckner, a Jones expert, to do a complete remodel, which included a reconfiguration of the bedrooms as well as a new hall, kitchen and finishes.
The home stands at 5 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms and also features prime outdoor areas, including a patio with fireplace and pool with views of the city lights below.
Arquette and Cox finalized their divorce earlier this year, and unlike many divorces, the settlement did not specify anything about property. Rather, it appears the two are splitting the homes equally, starting with the Trousdale home.
The listing is held by Jonah Wilson of Hilton & Hyland.
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