Jennifer Lopez Reportedly Buys $10 Million Hamptons Mansion

By Erika Riggs

Jennifer Lopez might just be "Jenny from the Block," but her newest block might be a stretch of three acres in exclusive Water Mill, N.Y.

Jennifer LopezAccording to the New York Post, Lopez has toured the estate several times with her twins and current boyfriend, 25-year-old Casper Smart. Lopez reportedly paid $10 million for the home, which previously demanded $425,000 as a summer rental. Lopez has been looking for a Hamptons-area estate for years; previously there were rumors that she picked one up back in 2011, shortly after her divorce to Marc Anthony.

The singer and actress' new place is not only luxe -- a must-have for someone who brought in $52 million last year and is ranked above Oprah on Forbes' Most Powerful List -- but also incredibly private. Situated on its own cul-de-sac, the updated but classic estate is made up of two lots, with room for plenty of celebrity musts, like guesthouses and tennis courts.

Built in 2004, the eight-bed, 4.5-bath mansion measures 8,500 square feet. The landscaped grounds include a large pool, patio area and plenty of hedges to keep paparrazi at bay.

Lopez hasn't purchased a home in quite some time. The entertainer still owns an enormous spread near Los Angeles -- in Hidden Hills, Calif. -- that she purchased with Anthony in 2010, as well as two homes in Glen Head, N.Y. The star previously owned a waterfront estate in Miami Beach and another home in Beverly Hills.

Coincidentally, Anthony also bought a home this week -- but on the other coast. His new home is in Encino, Calif., and he spent about $2.5 million on it.

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