Jennifer Lopez And Alex Rodriguez Are Qutting On Their Malibu Property
- Lopez and Rodriguez listed their Malibu house for $7.99 million on 28 July 2020.
- Carl Gambino of Compass holds the listing of power couple’s home.
- J-Lo and her fiance purchased the house for $6.6 million from Entrogue actor Jeremy Piven in early 2019.
The celebrity power couple Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez have listed their Malibu, CA house for $7.99 million on 28 July 2020. The listing is held by Carl Gambino of American licensed real estate broker marketing medium, Compass.
The beach house is featured in 4,404 square feet boasting living space of 2,424-square-foot home with 5 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. Moreover, the house sits on the 50 feet of the beach, giving divine beauty to the property.
J-Lo and her fiance Alex Rodriguez bought the Malibu residence in February 2019 for $6.6 million from Jeremy Piven, the Entrogue actor.
PEOPLE reported that the pair had renovated their home before they put up on the sale. They hired “Fixer Upper” co-host Joanna Gaines for the complete makeover of the place, which was undoubtedly a costly makeover.
Last year, Lopez described her beachfront condo: a little fixer-upper next to the water.
Besides that, Lopez and Rodriguez bought a new property for $1.4 million in West Coast, Encino, California. Feelin’ So Good singer Jennifer Lopez and Baseball star Alex Rodríguez scooped up the Encino house featuring in 2,200 square feet with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms in early July.
Who is Jennifer Lopez?
The American actress, songwriter, model, fashion designer, producer, and businesswoman is also named Jennifer Lynn Lopez, known by the acronym J.Lo. As a fly girl dancer Lopez started to appear in In Living Color in 1991 and was regularly working until she decided in 1993 to pursue a career.
Who is Alex Rodriguez?
Alexander Enmanual Rodriguez, nicknamed “A-Rod,” is a former American baseball player and the third-party baseball player who was a major baseball player in the Major League for 22 seasons, businessman and philanthropist. Over his MLB career, he earned $441.3 million, the biggest amount in baseball history.