By Erika Riggs
Oscar-winning actor Tommy Lee Jones may not have picked up another Best Supporting Actor award, but he's hoping for a win in real estate. The veteran actor recently listed his Wellington, Fla., polo farm for $26.75 million, according to South Florida blog Gossip Extra. This doesn't mean Jones is giving up the sport. He's selling his property because he spends more time playing polo on an estate in San Saba, Texas, and another property in California.
Jones built the Wellington estate with the purchase of two separate parcels in 2002 for $4.62 million. He named the 50-acre ranch San Saba Polo Ranch. According to Gossip Extra, Jones was a big part of the Florida polo scene for quite some time and was a member of the International Polo Club Palm Beach in the mid-2000s.
The 50-acre ranch includes a four-bedroom, two-bath, 11,000-square-foot home. But the main draw of the property is its grounds, encompassing a regulation-size polo field, miles of horse trails, and two barns that add up to 48 stalls in total. Jones starred as Sen. Thaddeus Stevens in the 2012 film "Lincoln." He also played major roles in "The Fugitive" (for which he won his Academy Award) and "No Country for Old Men."
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