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Jennifer Lopez finds a buyer for her Hidden Hills mansion

It’s been on the market since early 2015

More than two years after it initially hit the market in January, 2015, Jennifer Lopez’s 17,000-square-foot former residence in Hidden Hills may finally be changing hands.

TMZ reports that the property, which is in escrow, will sell for around $10 million once the deal goes through. That’s a good deal under the $17 million that Lopez was initially asking for the house. In April, the price dropped to $12.5 million, shortly before the singer paid a walloping $28 million for a dramatic Bel Air compound, complete with a manmade swimming pond and mini-golf course.

The Hidden Hills home comes with a few exciting amenities of its own, including an “entertainment wing” that features a home theater, recording room, and dance studio. There’s also a huge dressing room with abundant closet space and a master suite with its own private terrace. The grounds include a pool, spa, and access to equestrian trails.

Lopez bought the property with then-husband Marc Anthony in 2010. The pair paid $8.2 million for the home at that time, so while the final sale price might be a bit disappointing, it looks like Lopez is still in the black.