It was a relatively short stay on the market for Jennifer Lopez, who has managed to find a buyer for her former bachelorette pad. The multi-hyphen entertainer originally asked $42.5 million for her Bel Air estate, but after a price reduction this Summer, Lopez has closed for $33,950,000.
Set back behind gates on eight acres, the residence was originally designed by iconic architect Samuel Marx. The nine bedroom, 13 bath home boasts some 12,817 square feet of living space.
The multi-structure French Country property showcases an incredible use of stone, woods and the surrounding nature. The main level has living room with high ceilings, bar, fireplace and steel windows and doors opening to stone terraces. The large family room/game room with a bar opens to the terrace with a three-sided infinity edge pool.
The lower level lounge is home to a 30-seat screening room, while the upstairs has an office/study, massage and guest room. The primary suite wing includes a library/sitting room, fireplace, dual dressing rooms and baths—all opening to private landscaped terraces and tranquil cascading stream.
The expansive grounds include a great guest house/studio/gym, 100 seat amphitheater, pogoda with firepit, organic vegetable garden, entertainment pavilion with full kitchen, a private lake with sandy beach and outdoor shower. Another separate guest cottage, large motor court, additional parking, massive lawn area and completely surrounded by specimen plants and mature trees.
Brett Lawyer of Carolwood Estates held the listing, while Lea Porter with the Beverly Hills Estates repped the buyer.