Beyoncé and Jay Z are moving on up!
As the A-list couple prepares to welcome twins, word on the street is they’re eyeing a jaw-dropping mansion perched atop a secluded hill in Bel Air. Page Six reports the Lemonade artist and her rapper hubby put in a $120 million bid to call the sprawling mansion their home, which no surprise here, is all kinds of extravagant.
Newly remodeled from the ground up, Bey and Jay’s potential residence is spread across two acres of land and more than 30,000-square-feet. With 11 bedrooms, four pools and a 15-car garage, there’s no question the Knowles-Carter fam will have plenty of space to raise Blue Ivy Carter and their two little ones.
Not to mention all the amenities, which include space for a recording studio, a media room, an in-house spa and separate living quarters for their staff. Casual.
And while it remains to be seen whether or not Beyoncé and Jay Z will become permanent Angelenos, we’ve rounded up five celebrity mega mansions that rival what might just be Hollywood’s craziest home.
Drake’s Hidden Hills, Calif. $7.7 million pad is a bachelor’s dream. The pool alone is worth millions, and comes complete with an 80-foot water slide, multiple waterfalls and an intimate grotto. Add that to the estate’s tennis court, horse facility, sand volleyball court and a mechanical bull bordered by viewing pavilions, and it’s official: the “Fake Love” rapper might never settle down with such an epic space to party the night away.
Let Lady Gaga’s $23 million enclave in Malibu inspire your next interior design project. From the pop star’s 800-bottle wine cellar, home theater, saltwater swimming pool and, (how could we forget?!) subterranean “batcave,” we couldn’t imagine ever leaving.
The underground living space also features a 1960s-style bowling alley and free-throw machines for when Mother Monster wants to channel her sporty side, of course.
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