Want to get inside Bruce Wayne's manor? Now you can...sort of. Ben Affleck, two-time Oscar-winning actor who plays Bruce Wayne/Batman in the most recent reboot, has listed his home on Hampton Island, a gorgeous, secluded and hard-to-access Georgia spot. To access Hampton Island, visitors must obtain the permission of an island resident before crossing the bridge—very Bruce Wayne-like, indeed.
Listed by Engel & Völkers Savannah, the home hit the market for $8.9 million, which is a bit of a steal when you consider it sprawls over 87 acres with three separate structures dotting the North Newport River. These homes, known as "the Big House," "the Oyster House" and "the Summer House," merge to create one massive estate with well over a dozen bedrooms combined.
The most iconic building on the estate is the Southern plantation-style Big House—a two-story home featuring Greek Doric columns, floor-to-ceiling windows, wide plank floors and oversized rooms. A formal entryway stretches from the North Newport River to the home's large veranda, and you can also enjoy three separate porches, two terraces and views of the water and lawn.
The Oyster House, on the other hand, is luxe camp living with rustic exposed pine beams, six rooms of bunk beds salvaged from merchant ships, three master suites, a wraparound balcony and an open floor plan.
Finally, the Summer House is a small(er) dock house, home to the Pilar—a permanently moored 38-foot mahogany boat.
The property's three structures are linked by oyster shell pathways, making it the perfect compound for your massive family or an up-and-coming cult—er, community—of like-minded Batman fanatics.
Photos by Richard Leo Johnson