Leading lady's  big sale
Actress Jennifer Aniston has sold her Beverly Hills estate, which had been listed for $42 million.

Weeks or months can pass before a sales price appears in the public records, but area real estate agents report the Trousdale Estates home went for

$35 million to $38 million. At the lower end of the price range, that's $3,500 a square foot, an area record.

Designed by Hal Levitt, the restored 1970 house is nearly 10,000 square feet. It contains two living rooms, two kitchens, a gym, five bedrooms and 71/2 bathrooms. Outdoor amenities on the acre site include a swimming pool, a spa, ponds, fountains, an alfresco living room, fireplaces and another kitchen.

Aniston, 42, starred this year with Adam Sandler in the comedy "Just Go With It," but she is still best known to TV audiences for her Emmy-winning role on "Friends" (1994-2004).

She bought the property in 2006 for $13.5 million, according to public records.

Jade Mills of Coldwell Banker, Beverly Hills South, had the listing.

A classic Neutra listed in Bel-Air

The Richard Neutra-designed Staller house in Bel-Air is on the market at $10.9 million.

Commissioned in 1955, the home is classic Neutra with walls of glass blurring the line between the interiors and the natural setting of more than an acre. Features include a 4,200-bottle wine tasting room, an office and a swimming pool. The restored 6,674-square-foot house, which has ocean and city views, contains four bedrooms and seven bathrooms.

The seller is film producer Gary Levinsohn, whose work includes "Saving Private Ryan" (1998), "The Patriot" (2000) and "Snakes on a Plane" (2006).

He bought the property in 1998 for $3,275,000, according to public records.

Ginger Glass and John Williams of Coldwell Banker, Beverly Hills North, are the listing agents.

Carrying a torch for another spot

"Survivor" host Jeff Probst has sold his Los Angeles home for its asking price of $900,000.

The three-story Craftsman has a treehouse-like ambience perched on a half-acre with mountain and canyon views. The 1,597-square-foot house, built in 1918, includes three bedrooms and three bathrooms plus a detached office, according to details at Realtor.com. Among exterior features are an outdoor living room, a three-tier waterfall and an eight-person spa.

The Emmy-winning host and producer, 48, bought the Gene Autry estate in Studio City for $5 million before putting this house on the market in late April.

Thomas O'Rourke at Prudential California Realty, West Hollywood, was the listing agent. Brian V. Moore of Keller Williams Realty, Los Feliz, represented the buyers.

Falling out, then letting go