A few months after an aid accidentally re-listed the Wellington polo ranch that actor, bad boy, and former polo player, Tommy Lee Jones has had on-and-off the market for the last few years, the ranch is officially back on the market for $19.9 million. That's $7 million less than the ranch's original listing price of $26.5 million, but still a heck of a lot more than the $4.62 million Jones paid for it in 2002.
Jones is selling the ranch because, according to Gossip Extra, he stopped playing polo with his Palm Beach International Polo Club team, San Saba. The 40 acre property comes with a regulation sized polo field, 48 horse stalls, four large paddocks, a lake with a waterfall, a five acre nature preserve with trails, a main house, and a four bedroom apartment for grooms.
· Tommy Lee Jones Slashes Price of Wellington Ranch by $7 Million [GossipExtra]
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