J.Lo is buying a $40M mansion in Bel Air

Eight-acre estate has a putting green and miniature golf course

May.May 25, 2016 03:00 PM

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Jenny from the block is moving to Bel Air.

Singer, actress and seemingly ageless being Jennifer Lopez is rumored to be close to sealing the deal for a nearly $40 million estate in the Platinum Triangle.

Lopez has been house hunting in L.A. since earlier this year, Variety reported. This eight-acre estate at hand — a “French Country refuge” — features century-old pine floors, a game room with terrace, an amphitheater that fits 100 people, more than a handful of fireplaces and an infinity pool.

The 13,932-square-foot pad on Stone Canyon Road has seven bedrooms and 13 bathrooms — big enough for a true diva like Lopez. There’s a guest house, art studio, entertainment pavilion with its own kitchen and a miniature park in the backyard, complete with a babbling brook. And if a stroll in wilderness isn’t entertaining enough, the property also includes a putting green, miniature golf course and a swimming pond with a sandy beach.

Lopez, who’s currently performing in Las Vegas, owns another home in L.A. — a 17,000-square-foot mansion in Hidden Hills she’s currently selling for $12.5 million. On the East Coast, she owns a $20.1 million duplex penthouse in New York City’s Flatiron District and a $10 million estate in the Hamptons. [Variety]Cathaleen Chen

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