That’s probably not the headline you would expect to see regarding the home of the number one man in black and all around mean-muggin’ moviestar, but it’s true. Tommy Lee Jones (“No Country for Old Men,” “Men in Black,” “Lincoln”) is letting go of his San Saba Polo Ranch, located in Wellington, Fla., which he has owned since 2002.
While you may not have pegged Jones for a polo man, the eighth-generation Texan from oil country is a championship player and owns multiple ranches and polo fields in the U.S. and South America. The actor’s Florida ranch stretches over an immaculate 55 acres and includes 48 horse stalls, its own regulation-size, irrigated polo field, an exercise track, seven tack rooms, laundry, wash racks and separate equipment building. A serene lake with an accompanying waterfall sits outside the property, as does a nature preserve equipped with trails.
The house itself is a modern four-bedroom, two-bath residence, modest in size as far as mansions go, but its surrounding property, and its opportunity for major pony play, more than makes up for it.
Listed for: $19.9 million