Peek inside this star-certified California home recently rented by J-Lo and Ben Affleck

A mansion that was rented by one A-list couple and owned by another has landed on the real estate market in the trendy Beverly Hills, and its price tag is as weighty as the powerhouse names that resided in its halls: $85 million.

Pool on the $85 million property
Pool on the $85 million property

The 25,000-square-foot residence was recently rented by Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck and formerly owned by Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman and is in an area that is not only well secured, but also trendy.

Aerial shot
Aerial shot

“In one of the most coveted neighborhoods in Southern California, this unparalleled gem beckons with iconic L.A. living that fully embodies luxury in every regard,” listing agent Jade Mills said in a news release. “Truly Beverly Hills at its finest, this exquisite property is only moments from fine dining, high-end shopping and a vibrant cultural scene.”

Exterior
Exterior

The home has 12 bedrooms and 17 bathrooms and is nestled on 1.2 acres. The megamansion is also jam-packed with several features that would make anyone green with envy including:

Outside
Outside
  • Chef’s kitchen

  • Large dining room

  • Bar area

  • Staff rooms

  • Elevator

  • Game room

  • Theater

  • Cigar room

  • Wine cellar

  • Two garages

  • Gym

  • Garden

  • Resort-like backyard

  • Swimming pool

  • Spa

  • Pool house

Interior
Interior

DeVito and Perlman ended up selling the massive home for $28 million in 2015 after living in it for over 20 years, Robb Report said.

Family room
Family room

Lopez and Affleck, who recently blew everyone’s minds by getting back together and marrying after almost two decades apart, leased the mansion before settling into their new home, the Wallingford Estate, which they bought for $61 million, according to Robb Report.

Interior
Interior

The listing is held by Mills with Coldwell Banker Realty and Santiago Arana of The Agency.

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