See inside the $11M NYC apartment Jennifer Aniston grew up in: Exclusive

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Everyone knows that Jennifer Aniston’s “Friends” character, Rachel, moved into her high school pal Monica’s apartment. But in real life, the Emmy winner preferred hanging out at her real-life friend’s house — fellow actress Andrea Bendewald’s West Village townhouse in New York City.

Only three blocks from her iconic NBC sitcom’s exterior, the five-story home at 526 Hudson St. is listed for $10.95 million. With five bedrooms and six bathrooms, the townhouse spans 5,296 square feet, according to the listing. 

“I grew up on the Upper West Side, which was great! But honestly, my favorite memories are of the West Village at 526 Hudson St.,” Aniston said in a statement to a Bendewald family representative.

A rep for Aniston, 51, who recently appeared with Bendewald, 50, in “The Morning Show” and “Murder Mystery,” did not return a request for comment from The Post.

However, the actresses have indeed been friends since they were 14 years old, when they met at the historic Manhattan High School for the Performing Arts, aka the “Fame” school.

Bendewald made a Season 7 guest appearance on “Friends,” and also served as Aniston’s bridesmaid in her 2000 wedding to Brad Pitt. Later, Aniston was the matron of honor in Bendewald’s 2001 nuptials to actor-writer Mitch Rouse (“Strangers with Candy”).

The brownstone where these gal pals spent formative years together is configured as an apartment complex, but the Bendewalds have “always lived” on parts of two or three floors of their building, according to Mason Bendewald, Andrea’s brother. The final Bendewald family member moved out of the residence in 2016, a family rep told The Post.

Currently, the structure has kitchens, bedrooms and walk-in closets on each residential floor to accommodate renters. However, “it’s being marketed as an opportunity to convert into a single residence,” a representative for the property sale told The Post.

The third flood has a 240-square-foot terrace, and the second floor of the townhouse, which is an open parlor, has a 170-square-foot terrace and a 765-square-foot garden. Together, these spaces create a multi-level outdoor experience sheltered from the city. 

526 hudson st credit Leslie J Garfield & Co526 hudson st credit Leslie J Garfield & Co

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