Celebrity couple Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez are ready to move in together in their $50M dollar mansion that they just bought together. TMZ reported that the couple has already put in the security deposit for their next home, which is located in the posher parts of Los Angeles, in Bel Air.
A bit on Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez’s new luxury mansion
The publication also reported about the interiors of the Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez’s luxurious mansion. Apparently, it measures 20,000 square fits and consists of ten bedrooms, 17 bathrooms, numerous kitchens, and has entertainment facilities like a theater and an outdoor infinity pool that looks over the picturesque valley. According to the listing, Texas billionaire Todd Limkin previously owned the place, which went up for sale in February for $65 million.
Reports say that the mansion boasts wood floor designing, mixed marble, multiple kitchens, entertainment rooms and high ceilings. The property is also surrounded by a patch of trees that have been specially planted for optimum privacy.
Deets about the new property
The property is formally known as “The Bellagio Estate,” and spans across 1.1 acres of land and offers views of the golf court, according to the listing. The main suite has been termed the “ultimate retreat” and consists of a sitting room, and double baths and closets. It also features a two-bedroom staff suite, a main kitchen, a full catering kitchen, and two additional kitchens — one for staff and another in the guest house.
Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez were spotted visiting their new mansion in their Tesla along with the latter’s daughter Emme and a security guard. TMZ paparazzi clicked pictures of the couple clicking pictures of the villa.
A bit on the couple’s relationship
The couple rekindled their previous flame after almost 20 years, last year in April. Last summer the duo was spotted looking at $65 million property in LA’s upscale Holmby Hills neighborhood.
JLo has also attempted to sell off her New York City penthouse but withdrew it from the listings after not finding success in getting a decent buyer.