Beyoncé and Jay Z Are Reportedly Buying America’s Most Expensive Home


(Image credit: Bruce Makowsky / BAM Luxury Development)

Queen B and Jay Z could be on the move. The power couple are reportedly under agreement on an over the top Bel Air mansion, and one that’s had almost as much buzz as they are known to get.

(Image credit: Bruce Makowsky / BAM Luxury Development)

If this ultra modern, glass walled manse looks familiar, it’s because we featured it back in January, when it was first announced for a jaw dropping $250 million, making it the most expensive listing in the country. (It was reportedly reduced to $135 million.)

Ever the expert negotiators, the music moguls are said to have agreed to purchase the property for quite a bit less than that—to the tune of $90 million, according to the LA Times.

(Image credit: Bruce Makowsky / BAM Luxury Development)

What kind of place might the Carters be calling home? The mansion has two master suites, 10 guest bedrooms, and 21 bathrooms, as well as a fitness center and spa. To keep entertained, there’s also a theater with forty automatic recliners, a four-lane bowling alley, an infinity pool with swim-up bar and a giant pop-up TV built into the ground, and a candy room with foosball tables. Yep, Blue Ivy, Rumi and Sir would have their very own candy room.

(Image credit: Bruce Makowsky / BAM Luxury Development)

And that’s not all. Back in January, the developers were also including a “$30-million fleet of exotic cars and motorcycles parked in the foyer, including a custom Rolls-Royce, a Bugatti and a vintage Allard,” the LA Times mentioned at the time. The wine cellar is fully stocked with hundreds of bottles of Champagne and wine, there are 130 pieces of art from around the world, and it even comes with staff—seven to be exact. There’s a sailboat on the deck and a helicopter on the roof.

(Image credit: Bruce Makowsky / BAM Luxury Development)

No word on whether some of the extreme amenities were scaled back due to the price drop. Either way, we’d be happy to come help the Carters decorate.

h/t Architectural Digest, LA Times

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