Jennifer Aniston Sells West Village Condos for $6.5 Million

Jennifer Aniston arrives to the "Wanderlust" Los Angeles Premiere at Mann Village Theatre on February 16, 2012 in Westwood, California. Jeffrey Mayer/

Is it Wanderlust–or is true love to blame?

Though Jennifer Aniston purchased two condominiums in the West Village for $7.01 million just last year, the actress, 43, has already sold her Big Apple digs to a mystery buyer at a loss of over half a million dollars, according to a new report in the New York Post.

Aniston had originally planned to combine the two units–a one-bedroom, 17th floor space, and a one-bedroom penthouse, located at 299 W. 12th Street–into one. See more photos at Zillow.

The former Friends star, who grew up in NYC, recently opened up about her brief return home–and her decision to get out of town once more.

jennifer aniston's apartment

"We tried New York," Aniston told Australia's The Kyle and Jackie O Show March 2. "[But] it felt like I was [living] in a fishbowl."

Though boyfriend Justin Theroux still keeps an apartment in the city, Aniston admitted her new hood "was a little rough with the paparazzi. It didn't feel like the New York I…knew."

In February, the former Friends star and Theroux, 40–who got close while filming Wanderlust in 2010–purchased a sprawling Bel Air, Calif. mansion for $21 million, and a source tells Us Weekly the couple can't wait to make a home for themselves together.

"It's a massive property with a lot of space and amenities," the insider shares. "It's exciting because it will be a project they can work on [as a couple]…He is so excited about it, and that makes her happy."

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