Ben Affleck is bidding adieu to his sprawling 87-acre property on Georgia’s Hampton Island Preserve for a cool $8.9 million. The private estate boasts three separate homes, including a 6,000-square-foot Greek revival-style mansion dubbed “The Big House,” and two cottages. Click through to get a glimpse inside all three spaces!
Nestled alongside the North Newport River, the historic home features four bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms and is “considered to be one of Georgia Coast’s Crown Jewels,” according to
A breezy porch with rocking chairs is the perfect spot to enjoy the picturesque views of the river.
15-foot ceilings, wide-plank wood floors and several grand fireplaces can be found throughout the main house.
Weathered built-in bookshelves envelop the home’s library and add character to the traditionally designed space.
In the formal dining room, a long table grounds the space while crystal chandeliers and wall sconces add sparkle.
Intricate trim in the bathroom looks like it’s original to the house.
A long brick path along the river leads to the Summer Cottage.
The single-storey home is perfect for summer entertaining and comes complete with numerous seating areas and a fully equipped kitchen.
Inside, pitched ceilings, oversized fireplaces and stone floors give it a cozy, country feel.
There’s also a large outdoor deck.
Just a short walk away is the rustic 10,000-square-foot guest cottage dubbed “The Oyster House.”
The main floor is open concept, complete with a living room, dining room and kitchen.
It boasts three master suites as well as bunk beds made from reclaimed boats on the second floor.
Author: Sabina Sohail
Engel & Völkers; headshot, Ben Affleck via Instagram.