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Ben Affleck, Jennifer Lopez 'set to buy USD 64 million mansion'

Updated on: 08 March,2023 10:44 AM IST  |  Los Angeles
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The prestigious location is part of an elite neighbourhood where only the richest in society can afford to live. The new mansion comes with a massive eight bedrooms and 11 bathrooms. It features an 800-square foot gym, professional media room, and game room

Ben Affleck, Jennifer Lopez 'set to buy USD 64 million mansion'

Ben Affleck with Jennifer Lopez. Pic/AFP

Hollywood actors Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez are reportedly looking at buying an eight bedroom mansion worth USD 64 million.


The couple are thought to be in escrow for the Pacific Palisades home after pulling out of purchasing a cheaper property worth USD 34.5 million in the same area, reports 'Mirror.co.uk'.


The prestigious location is part of an elite neighbourhood where only the richest in society can afford to live. The new mansion comes with a massive eight bedrooms and 11 bathrooms. It features an 800-square foot gym, professional media room, and game room.


As per 'Mirror.co.uk', JLo and Ben will be able to relax in a sprawling pool spa which offers canyon-side views, before warming up at their very own firepit area. The property also comes with a separate guest house for visitors to stay in, which contains a Japanese-style soaking tub.

Jennifer and Ben have been spotted visiting the property on multiple occasions.

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A source told TMZ the pair have been making frequent visits to the home to look for any changes they might want to make once the sale is finalised. They're also said to have given the previous property the same scrutinising treatment. The insider added that the couple will have no trouble affording the USD 64 million mansion after Ben sold his Pacific Palisades mansion for around USD 30 million.

JLo is also in the process of selling her Bel-Air home which is currently in escrow with a possible buyer for USD 39 million.

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