Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck were indecisive when it came to finding their perfect home.
Last month, the newlyweds were in escrow of a $34.5 million California home in affluent Pacific Palisades. But they canceled at the last second.
Instead, it looks like they’ve finally settled on prime real estate from one of Los Angeles’ most famous families.
The 1.13-acre property in Pacific Palisades, owned by Gregory Milken – one of the city’s richest residents – along with his wife E.J., was listed for sale a week ago before the couple bought it out.
Entering the market for $64 million, Gregory, E.J. and their five children have lived in the home for over a decade, having bought the property back in 2009 for $14.5 million.
It’s unclear if Lopez and Affleck, who also have five children, will buy the house at list price or get a discount.
Gregory’s father, Michael Milken, was one of Wall Street’s most powerful financiers in the 1980s and was credited for developing high-yield bonds, sometimes referred to as “junk bonds.”
The six-bedroom, 10-bath estate spans a whopping 13,000 square feet and includes a 3,000-square-foot guest house with two bedrooms and four bathrooms.
Features include two offices, a media room, a spacious backyard-facing game room, two game rooms, a spacious kitchen, and a family room.
In addition, there is an 800-square-foot gym for Lopez where she can work out.
The site has a long access road that leads to a large car park, the ad says.
Outdoor amenities include a resort pool and spa, as well as a fire pit.
Fred Bernstein of Westside Real Estate owns the listing.
TMZ first announced the deal
Lopez, 53, and Affleck, 50, have been touring home since the summer of 2021. Last March, they also entered into a contract to buy a $50 million mansion before ultimately pulling it out.
Meanwhile, Lopez has already found a buyer for her nine-bedroom French-style Bel Air property, which she listed for $42.5 million last month.
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