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Beyoncé, JAY Z, Blue Ivy, and the Twins Have a New Home

The Property Addict / Distinct Dwellings

Jun 28 2017

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The famous family is renting in California for $400,000 a month.

The Carter family just grew by two, and now Beyoncé, JAY Z, and Blue Ivy have finally taken their new twins home from the hospital. But where, exactly, is Beyoncé’s home? Despite owning properties in New York City and New Orleans, it seems that the family of five is settling down in California for the time being.

After Beyoncé gave birth in Los Angeles, she and JAY Z are now renting a Malibu home for $400,000 a month, according to Trulia. The parents, 5-year-old Blue Ivy, and the newest additions will share a stunning five-bedroom, eight-bath home, called La Villa Contenta.
Listed for sale for $25 million, the palatial mansion spans 12,045 square feet on a sprawling 1.62 acres of land. The gated residence features a main home with amenities like a wine cellar, gym, and movie theater. Outside, there are large terraces with ocean views, tennis courts, a wading pool for Blue to enjoy, and a large guesthouse (maybe Beyoncé’s mother Tina Knowles Lawson will move into the guesthouse to help care for the twins?).

As for how the couple might redecorate? Perhaps the Lemonade singer’s baby shower could give us some clues: the “Carter Push Party” featured an African theme with colorful patterned carpets, traditional African wall tapestries, and leopard-, tiger-, and zebra-print fabrics sprinkled throughout. The tables had African lanterns, wooden elephants, and floral arrangements of roses and poppies.

Though the famous couple has chosen a home to rent for now, it seems they are still on the hunt for a more permanent space; they recently toured Aaron Spelling’s former mansion, which now belongs to Petra Ecclestone, a British Formula One heiress who purchased the 57,000-square-foot, French-chateau–style home in 2011 for $85 million. No matter where the family ends up, it’s sure to be flawless.

By Melissa Minton, Architectural Digest


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