Southern Homes of the Rich & Famous

Want to live like royalty? “River Bend,” the palatial waterfront home of Savannah icon Paula Deen, could be yours.

Paula Deen’s “River Bend”

Your own private resort includes a French Caribbean manor home with chef’s kitchen, swimming pool complete with dive-in theater, outdoor kitchen, dock with precious dock guest house on the Wilmington Island River, duck pond and multiple guest quarters.  The lush gardens are meticulously maintained and the property is privately gated.  A large barn accommodates eight vehicles and offers a spacious three-bedroom guest apartment.  This exquisite and unique property is offered at $ $8,950,000 by Elaine Seabolt, Seabolt Brokers. seaboltbrokers.com

 

Ben Affleck’s “Big House”

The Internet lost its collective mind this past summer when Batman himself, Ben Affleck, listed this gorgeous Greek revival plantation-style mansion for sale. It’s still on the market as of this writing, so if you have $8.9 million to spend, why not invest in one of the most luxurious properties in the South. Located on Hampton Island just south of Savannah, this 6,000-square-foot palace sits on 87 acres and enjoys not one but two lavish guest houses. Offered by Engels & Völkers, savannah.evusa.com.

 

Jamie Deen’s Richardson Creek Retreat

Listed for just under $1.5 million, this exquisitely gated private retreat nestled on the banks of Richardson Creek offers newly renovated style and miles of Lowcountry serenity. The main house dazzles with updates, from the chef’s kitchen to the spacious master suite. Sitting on 2.2 acres of paradise, this estate enjoys a sprawling pool deck with spa, guest house, poolside bar and dock with deep-water access. Offered by Elaine Seabolt, Seabolt Brokers. seaboltbrokers.com

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