The ever-busy Jennifer Lopez, who just wrapped up the second leg of her Vegas residency while also starring in and serving as an executive producer on the hit NBC crime drama, Shades of Blue, has been keeping busy on the real estate front also. Her most recent real estate move was purchasing a discounted California mansion.
Jenny from the block’s new address is in Bel-Air, and though her move comes with a hefty $28 million price tag, it’s a steal. The original price for the property, which was first listed in September of last year, was $40 million.
The eight-acre estate with seven bedrooms and 13 bathrooms throughout, also includes the main house, along with a couple of guest cottage houses––one has been converted into a art studio, an outdoor amphitheater that can sit at least 100 people, 10 fireplaces, multiple waterfalls and koi ponds, a miniature golf course, a stone cabana and terraces, and a swimming pool.
Sometime during the 1940s is when the main home with 14,000-square-feet of space was built. It now features a home theater that fits 30 movie-goers, a kitchen with walls made of stone and a skylight, a massage room, and a pub.
JLo is taking the mega-estate off of the hands of another celebrity. Actress Sela Ward, known to many for her role on CSI: N.Y., and her husband Howard Sherman have owned the property for over 10 years now. It only cost them $3.8 million. Over the years, the Independence Day: Resurgence star and her husband decorated and redesigned the home relying on architectural inspirations from Europe, Mississippi, and Louisiana.
According to The Los Angeles Times, Lopez currently has a $12.5 million property in Hidden Hills on the market.
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