Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz Sell Arizona Mansion for $3.1 Million
Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz have finally found a buyer for their Phoenix home, which has been on the market for over five years. According to the Phoenix Business Journal, the 15-time Grammy award winner and her rapper husband sold the 7,050-square-foot pad for $3.1 million, down from their original $3.85 asking price.
Situated on Camelback Mountain, the four-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bathroom residence boasts floor-to-ceiling glass windows that offer postcard views of the surrounding mountains and canyons. The desert dwelling has a formal living room and dining room with 20-foot ceilings, a chef’s kitchen with a nearby breakfast nook, and a great room that overlooks the incredible scenery. The upstairs level features a main suite with more panoramic views, a bathroom, a sitting area, and a piano where, presumably, Keys has played her biggest hits.
Great for entertaining, the amenity-filled estate also has a game room and screening room with a wet bar, an 800-bottle wine cellar, a gym, a six-car garage, and a wraparound two-level patio with an infinity-edge swimming pool.
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At the time of the 2016 listing, the musical couple of over a decade revealed they were selling their so-called Dreamland house because, with two young children, it wouldn’t get enough use. “The home was a dream come true,” they said in the statement. “There’s really no place like it.”
Since 2019, Keys and Beatz have called La Jolla, California, home, where they live in a modern cliffside mansion (dubbed Razor House) designed by AD100 designer Wallace E. Cunningham.