Homes

Ben Affleck has put his stunning 87-acre property on the market and here's your look inside

The home is aptly dubbed 'The Big House' - and for good reason.

Ben Affleck is saying farewell to his sprawling estate in the American state of Georgia. The actor has listed the expansive property with real estate agency Engel & Völkers for a neat $12.7 million (NZD).

Overlooking the North Newport River, the property is home to three stunning separate houses, the first being a white Greek Revival-style home aptly called 'The Big House'.

With its stately white columns and grand front entrance, Ben's 'Big House' boasts four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. Inside historic features abound, with soaring ceilings, plaster moldings and arch fireplaces.

Talk about making an entrance. Image: Engel & Völkers.
Wide pine floor boards ground the actor's breath-taking 'Big House'. Image: Engel & Völkers.
Just one of the many bathrooms in the home. Image: Engel & Völkers.
We could imagine dressing up to dine in this room. Image: Engel & Völkers.
Now that's a verandah! Image: Engel & Völkers.
The view form the rear of the home to the lake. Bliss! Image: Engel & Völkers.

When leaving the mansion from the rear verandah, homeowners can walk along a brick path directly to the river and then to a second home on the property 'The Summer Cottage'. Situated on the water front the listing reads this part of the property would be ideal for "fish fries, oyster roasts and other outdoor feasts", where do we sign?

The third home on the estate is the beautifully rustic 'The Oyster House' which houses five bedrooms with bunk beds salvaged from merchant sea ships, plus three master suites.

The third house on the property 'The Oyster House'. Image: Engel & Völkers.
This beautiful house features open-plan living and scene-setting exposed pine beams. Image: Engel & Völkers.
Surely this is a film set! Image: Engel & Völkers.

Elsewhere on the property is a large dock overlooking the deepwater river, where we'd like to host some summer soirees!

We're getting serious Dawson's Creek vibes from this floating dock. Image: Engel & Völkers.

According to The Wall Street Journal, Ben paid $10.1 million when he originally purchased the property back in 2003, while he was still dating Jennifer Lopez.

Ben is now currently in a relationship with Saturday Night Live producer Lindsay Shookus. People have reported that Ben is now looking to buy a traditional style home (supposedly he has his eye on a whopping $27.5 million property), near his ex-wife Jennifer Garner's house in Los Angeles.