The buyer of the nine-bedroom Bel Air home that Lopez just sold remains unknown. “My clients fell in love with the land,” agent Lea Porter of the Beverly Hills Estates told the Journal. The plot comes complete with a sandy beach bordering a private lake, a waterfall, a putting green, a 100-seat amphitheater, a fire pit-equipped pagoda, an above-ground pool, two guest cottages, and acres of woodland laced with hiking trails.
The stone-sided dwelling houses a private theater that seats 30, a bar, a wood-paneled library, and lots of cozy spaces to lounge in with fireplaces, tall ceilings lined with exposed beams and skylights, and french doors that spill out onto numerous terraces.
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Lopez was represented by Brett Lawyer of Carolwood Estates in the sale.