Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez Purchase $40 Million Miami Estate

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Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez have reportedly purchased the guard-gated Star Island in Florida, and are said to be the buyers of 13 Star Island, a 10-bedroom, 15,011-square-foot mansion.

In early August, Rodriguez posted a photo on Instagram that appears to have been taken from the dock of 13 Star Island.

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Out of the 10 bedrooms, four are reportedly on the second floor which can be accessed via an elevator. The mansion also boasts a wine room, industrial-style chef's kitchen and a massive library.

Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez Purchase $40 Million Miami Estate

Last month, reports stated the 51-year-old singer and 45-year-old basketball player purchased a 2,200-square-foot home in Encino, California, for $1.4 million. The property, situated on just over 0.1 acres, has three bedrooms and two and a half baths.

The couple purchased Jeremy Piven’s Malibu beach home in 2019 for $6.6 million. They then got Fixer Upper co-host Joanna Gaines on board to renovate the three-story beach house with five bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. However, last month, the couple listed the home.

“Reworked for a masterful redesign in mind” with a layout that “maximizes the opportunity to entertain while taking in the expansive Pacific Ocean,” the listing said.

Daily Mail reports that the master suite comes complete with a walk-in wardrobe, outdoor terrace and, study and bathroom which boasts a steam shower and huge bath tub.

There is also a guest house comprising of two bedrooms, two bathrooms ad two staff rooms, along with a laundry room.


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