Even before they announced their engagement, Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck have been looking for the perfect home. Although money was no problem, they searched hard to find a suitable home.
The two announced that they have found their perfect home, a 60 million dollars massive estate in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, shown in detailed images by the lifestyle publication.
Jennifer Lopez & Ben Affleck Are Moving In A Fabulous Mansion
The spectacular mansion only had famous owners. It once belonged to actor Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman, and since 2018 to Australian billionaire James Packer and his former fiancée, the famous Mariah Carey.
The mansion has seven bedrooms, an eight-car garage, huge grounds, a beauty salon accessible via a private elevator from the main suite, a large outdoor pool, a cigar room, a wine cellar, and a movie theater. The kitchen is marble with two large islands.
The couple has found their perfect residence: spacious and equipped with everything they need, especially since they have a large family. Ben and Jennifer want a family reunion, and this property is perfect, they say.
Ben Affleck is the father of three children - daughters Violet, 16, and Seraphina, 13, and 10-year-old son Max - from his marriage to actress Jennifer Garner.
Jenifer Lopez, instead, has the twins Emme and Max, aged 14, with her ex-husband, Marc Anthony.
The two stars started dating in 2002 and were quickly dubbed "Bennifer" by fans and the media alike. Since then, they both had several notable romantic relationships, but faith brought them now together again after 18 years.
Invited in February to The Ellen Show, Jennifer Lopez admitted that she never could’ve imagined reuniting with her former fiancé Ben Affleck 18 years after their split, calling their new love a "beautiful" thing.
"Ben and Jen want to get married soon. They're talking about a destination or tropical wedding. They can't wait to spend the rest of their lives together forever, happy and in love," a source told ET.
The two lovers who reunited after 18 years are "excited to unite their families even more," and their kids "will be involved in their wedding" in some capacity.