Hollywood star Ben Affleck's lavish estate, including a camp-styled house, a plantation home and summer house boast of several dreamlike features.
People reported that actor-director Ben Affleck is selling his extravagant home located at the Hampton Island Preserve.
The 45-year-old actor’s mansion is spread across 87 acres and is available for purchase at a whopping $8.9 million.
The home is located close to the scenic North Newport River by the coast of Georgia, and the construction has been considered as one of the crown jewels of the area.
The listing reveals that the property includes a plantation home of a total area of 6000 square feet. Called ‘the Big House,’ this two-storeyed house is equipped with four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms.
The architecture of the plantation home is inspired by the Greek Revival theme, featuring a wide hallway, a magnificently designed set of stairs and massive columns.
The vintage-inspired home is furnished with traditionally-styled arched fireplaces, ceilings as high as 15 feet and pine flooring.
Other rooms include an exquisitely designed drawing room, a study area, a spacious kitchen and a dining room. The home also has a private brick lane leading from the back directly to the river.
The property also includes a unique camp-styled wooden house, called the Oyster House. Covering an area of 10,00 square feet, the Oyster House boasts of a shabby chic style, encompassed in glass windows.
The house has three master suites, two additional bedrooms with bunk beds designed from salvaged wood that once was part of the structure of merchant sea ships.
Apart from the two spacious houses, Affleck’s estate also consists of the Summer House, a place of retreat for the sunny days of the year, featuring space and furnishing exclusively for outdoor entertainment.
The estate was purchased by Affleck in 2003 at $7.11 million.