Photos of the huge L-shaped house of Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck, to welcome their blended family

The reformed couple has offered a vast property on the heights of Los Angeles, estimated at 55 million dollars.

After their reunion on June 14, 2021, in a restaurant in Malibu, Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck are about to take a new residential step. Indeed, the couple would have cracked on an area in the district of Bel Air, in Los Angeles estimated at 55 million dollars (50 million euros). If the promise of sale is confirmed, their blended family will soon be able to reunite on the green heights of the Santa Monica Mountains.

Built in the 1930s, this estate of almost 2000 square meters of living space is located opposite the main entrance of the luxurious Bel Air Country Club. The L-shaped residential complex includes ten bedrooms, seventeen bathrooms, four kitchens, as well as a separate guest house.

The three-level residence also features a cinema room, wine cellar, media room, gym, and a “private security suite” that can accommodate a security guard. full time body. As for the exterior, the infinity pool is surrounded by large, resplendent gardens and a few outdoor fireplaces.

A $55 million estate for Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck

Other properties

In addition to this house in Los Angeles, Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck own other properties, each on their own. The American singer already owns an estate in the Bel Air district estimated at 28 million dollars (25 million euros) which she acquired a few years ago. The mother of 14-year-old twins Emme and Max, also owns a $20 million (€18 million) New York condominium, a mansion in the Hamptons, as well as a house in the Encino neighborhood in Los Angeles.

As for the ex-husband of Jennifer Garner, and father of their three children, Violet Ann born on December 1, 2005, Seraphina Rose Elisabeth born on January 6, 2009 and Samuel born in 2012, he already has a mansion of 19 million dollars (17 million euros) in the Pacific Palisades district and an estate in Georgia.