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Alicia Keys & Husband Buys $20.8 million Mansion

by John Ogba-Ifeakanwa

buys $20.8 million mansion which inspired Tony Stark’s pad in Iron Man.

One of America’s most iconic names in music just snagged a four-bedroom lad for a whopping $20.8 million. Name, . The singer and her music producer husband, Swizz Beatz just bought the mansion which is said to have inspired Tony Stark‘s famous pad in Iron Man.

The ‘famous’ La Jolla mansion nicknamed is said to come with incredible ocean views. According to The Sun, it is called the for its clinical architecture and location on the cliffside near a trail called Razor Point. The mansion was reportedly on the market for $43 million but Alicia purchased it for $20.8 million.

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The is reportedly built for partying in style, with an all glass view of the ocean, a rooftop entertaining area, contemporary designs, a circular cinema room, stainless-steel spa, an infinity pool and acoustically treated walls – perfect for a superstar musician. According to the Wall Street Journal. The mansion also comes with a two-bed guesthouse.

Born, Alicia Augello Cook, is a 15 time Grammy Award winning artist who began composing songs at the age of 12. She released her first album, Songs in A Minor in 2001 which sold an incredible 16 million copies worldwide. With six successful studio album to her name, the R&B singer has released a ton of success singles including Falling, Girl on Fire, You Don’t Know My Name, If I Ain’t Got You, My Boo, No One. Keys is also a highly awarded songwriter and an actress. She is reportedly worth over a hundred million dollars.

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