Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz have finally sold their Englewood, NJ, mansion—after seven years and a couple of price cuts.
The $6 million sale represents a rare off-key note for the Grammy winner and her record producer husband, who bought the lavish estate in 2013 for $10.4 million from fellow superstar Eddie Murphy.
A year later, the couple purchased adjoining acreage for $1.7 million, according to the New York Post. Their total outlay was $12.1 million.
After extensive renovations to the 25,000-square-foot mansion, the couple listed it for $14.9 million in 2015 and then took it off the market in 2016. The mansion was relisted last August for $9.9 million.
Built in 1980, the sprawling mansion is set on 3.91 acres. It has six bedrooms and 15 bathrooms.
Notable features include two elevators, formal living and dining rooms, a chef’s kitchen, home theater, indoor pool, bowling alley, recording studio, and sunroom.
The grounds are gated and there are two additional lots to truly spread out.
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Perhaps the couple have decided to spend more time on the West Coast, now that they own the Razor House in La Jolla, CA. They dropped $20.8 million on the ultramodern cliffside home in 2019. The mansion’s spectacular interior redesign was featured in a video shoot with Architectural Digest.
The vacation pad featured a home theater, game room, wet bar, exercise room, and 800-bottle wine cellar. Out back, there’s a negative-edge pool.
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