Tommy Lee Jones asks $26.7M for Wellington estate

Feb.February 26, 2013 11:00 AM

The man in black and ranch enthusiast, Tommy Lee Jones has listed his 50-acre equestrian estate in Wellington for $26.75 million, according to Gossip Extra. The Oscar nominated actor bought the home for a mere $4.62 million in 2002, but now prefers to play polo at his other equestrian homes in San Saba, Texas and California, a source told Gossip Extra.

“It’s a unique property for a unique buyer,” Philip Lyle Smith, a luxury broker, said. “The appraisal could be a problem since there’s a huge difference between what Mr. Jones bought it for and what he wants for it. It’s going to take a while for him to sell it.”

The roughly four-bedroom, 11,000-square-foot main home features floor-to-ceiling glass walls facing the regulation-sized polo field, as well as a pond, several miles of horse trails and 48 horse stalls. [Gossip Extra]Christopher Cameron

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