Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston, who were officially divorced on Sunday, are selling their $28m (£16m) mansion.
Aniston and Pitt bought the estate for $13.5m (£7.7m) in 2001
The Hollywood stars announced their split in January, four-and-a-half years after being married.
The 1930s Beverly Hills home they shared comes complete with pub, tennis court, art studio and screening room, according to the Los Angeles Times.
In August, a judge said the divorce, citing irreconcilable differences, would become final on 2 October.
The couple have put the estate on the market for double the price they paid in 2001. Both moved to separate homes in Malibu after the break-up.
When recently asked by Vanity Fair if there was any silver lining to the split, former Friends actress Aniston, 36, replied: "I can have a comfortable couch."
She told the magazine: "Brad and I used to joke that every piece of furniture was either a museum piece or just uncomfortable.
"He definitely had his sense of style, and I definitely have my sense of style, and sometimes they clashed. I wasn't so much into modern."
Pitt, 41, has been linked with Angelina Jolie, his co-star in his latest film, Mr & Mrs Smith.