US actress Jennifer Lopez and actor Ben Affleck, seen at a special screening of "Marry Me" at the Directors Guild of America (DGA) in Los Angeles on February 8, 2022, are engaged
US actress Jennifer Lopez and actor Ben Affleck, seen at a special screening of "Marry Me" at the Directors Guild of America (DGA) in Los Angeles on February 8, 2022, are engaged AFP / VALERIE MACON


  • Ben Affleck's Riceboro, Georgia, estate comprises three different structures
  • The two-story main residence known as the Big House spans 6,000 square feet
  • Affleck bought the property for $7.11 million in 2003, when he was dating Lopez

Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck tied the knot for the second time in Georgia Saturday, a month after their intimate Las Vegas wedding.

Their much grander second ceremony was held in Affleck's multimillion-dollar Riceboro, Georgia, estate, which boasts a vast 87 acres of land, according to the New York Post.

Affleck, 50, bought the estate for $7.11 million in 2003 when he was dating Lopez.

The two had planned to build a wedding chapel on the property at the time, WTOC previously reported, but the plan did not push through as they called it quits and ended their first engagement due to "excessive media attention" in 2004.

The estate comprises three different structures. The two-story main residence, called the Big House, spans 6,000 square feet. It features a veranda and overlooks the North Newport River and Hampton Island. It includes four bedrooms and five bathrooms and boasts pine floors, arched fireplaces and 15-foot-high ceilings.

The second structure on Affleck's estate is the Summer Cottage, which features a fireplace, exposed brick, pitched ceilings and a metal roof.

The third structure, known as the Oyster House, spans 10,000 square feet and comes with three primary suites and five other bedrooms with bunk beds reportedly salvaged from marine vessels, the New York Post reported, citing a previous listing.

A gazebo can be found on the dock of the property.

In 2018, Affleck listed the property for $8.9 million. He eventually removed the listing amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

"This magnificent estate has equestrian opportunities, remarkable ocean access from your private deep-water dock and nearly endless tranquility," the listing noted at the time, according to the outlet.

Nearly two decades after their 2004 split, Affleck and Lopez rekindled their romance in April last year and tied the knot in Las Vegas last month.

Just recently, Affleck put his mansion in the Pacific Palisades neighborhood of Los Angeles on the market for $30 million.

The "Argo" director reportedly purchased the property, which spans about 13,500 square feet, through a trust for $19 million in 2018, the same year he finalized his divorce from ex-wife Jennifer Garner.

After their Las Vegas nuptials, Affleck and Lopez reportedly moved into a mansion previously owned by Mariah Carey's ex, James Packer. According to TMZ, the couple is only leasing the home, which Packer had bought for $60 million.

In March, TMZ reported that Affleck and Lopez agreed to pay over $50 million for their new love nest — a 20,000-square-foot estate in the Bel-Air area of Los Angeles. The home has 10 bedrooms, 17 bathrooms and four kitchens, along with a theater, a gym and a pool.

US actress Jennifer Lopez and actor Ben Affleck arrive for a special screening of the movie 'Marry Me' in Los Angeles in February 2022