Tommy Lee Jones has put his 50-acre Florida ranch on the market for almost $27 million
Tommy Lee Jones has listed his Florida home for $26,750,000.
The 'Lincoln' star - who is nominated for Best Supporting actor at the Oscars tomorrow (24.02.13) - has put his 50-acre San Saba Polo Ranch estate in Wellington, Florida on the market.
According to gossip website RadarOnline.com the 66-year-old actor bought the property for $4.6 million a decade ago but spent millions upgrading the ranch and it's impressive equestrian facilities, which include several barns, state-of-the-art stables, training arenas and a regulation size polo field.
The plush mansion itself boasts four bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Tommy owns another cattle ranch outside San Antonio, Texas as well as a home in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
The actor, who has two adult children, and is currently married to his third wife Dawn Laurel, recently admitted he doesn't like to think about his Oscar nomination because he is afraid he will jinx himself.
He said: ''Of course! I like to hear that kind of talk but I don't think about it or speak of it.''
The 'No Country For Old Men' actor didn't hesitate to sign up to work alongside Daniel Day-Lewis and Steven Spielberg to star in the movie about legendary US President 'Lincoln' as he admires the director's deft camera skills and knew the film would be a success.
He said: ''I'm always happy to have a job. I'm always looking for work. And he's very good! He's a good shooter. He knows his way around a movie set. We've known each other for quite some time. I knew what to expect. There's nothing surprising. He's just damn good.''