Congrats are in order for Grammy-winner Alicia Keys and her decorated producer husband Swizz Beatz. According to Mansion Global, the musical power couple just sold their stunning, mountainside mansion in Phoenix for $3.1 million.
The luxurious, 7,050 square foot home sits on Camelback Mountain and enjoys gorgeous sunset views of the scenery and the canyons that surround the city.
The home was originally purchased in 2008 for $3.9 million by Keys and Beatz, so they did take a bit of a loss. The couple married in 2010 and now have two children.
The buyer is unknown, but Mansion Global reports that it is a Phoenix local who was “drawn to the views.” We’re sure the four bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms didn’t hurt.
Speaking of bedrooms, the primary bedroom is enclosed in glass, allowing for magnificent vistas of the great open landscape. The property is almost an acre in size and sits at a high elevation, offering its former star residents some much-beloved privacy, relaxation and of course, a glorious vantage point.
Standout features include floor-to-ceiling windows throughout the residence, a primary bedroom suite with a sitting area and a piano (that was of course used by the icon herself). The new owners will surely enjoy the cozy fireplace and outdoor terraces.
The home also boasts a pool, a spa, a screening and game room, an 800-bottle wine cellar, a wet bar, and a garage that fits about six cars.
Keys and Beatz originally listed the home in 2016 for $3.85 million. The price recently dropped to less than $3.4 million in March.
The couple used this mansion as a means to rejuvenate. Both the musicians are Grammy winners, and Beatz recently curated a tribute to late rapper DMX at the 2021 BET Awards, featuring Busta Rhymes, Method Man and Griselda. Keys, meanwhile, is preparing for a world tour in support of her 2020 album Alicia.
Learn more about Keys and Beatz recent sale and see pictures of the stunning mountainside home via Mansion Global.