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Jennifer Lopez glams up Hidden Hills home to put it on the market red carpet again

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Singer Jennifer Lopez has put her home in Hidden Hills back on the market at $14.5 million.
(Simon Berlyn)

Finding no takers at her previous asking price of $17 million, singer-actress Jennifer Lopez has put her work-live estate in Hidden Hills up for sale at $14.5 million.

The more than 3-acre property, set in a gated equestrian community, and its amenity-filled 17,129-square-foot mansion have been prettied up this time around.

Putting their best photographic face forward in the main house are formal and informal living rooms, a dining room with seating for 12, a paneled library, a breakfast area, nine bedrooms and 13 bathrooms. The master suite has a sitting room and a terrace.

A breezeway connects to a work/entertainment wing with a recording studio, a dance studio/gym, a 20-seat theater, a game room, a bar and a guest suite.

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There’s an outdoor living room and a resort-style swimming pool with a spa. Garage parking can accommodate up to eight vehicles, and another 15 can be parked in the motor court.

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Views take in mountains and city.

The Traditional-style home, built in 1993, last changed hands six years ago for $8.2 million.

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Lopez, 46, has worked as a dancer, singer and actress, landing a breakthrough role in “Selena” (1997). She stars in this year’s films “The Boy Next Door” and “Lila & Eve” as well as the crime drama “Shades of Blue.”

She spent several seasons as an “American Idol” judge, including the talent show’s recent last season. Her most recent studio album, released last year, is “A.K.A.”

Brett Lawyer of Hilton & Hyland, an affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate, and Tomer  Fridman of Ewing Sotheby’s International Realty are the listing agents.

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