Beyonce and Jay Z's net worth is a cool £1bn, so it's not a surprise that the power couple are interested in purchasing a mega-million mansion in Los Angeles, according to Celebrity Net worth. The 34-year-old superstar and her rapper husband are planning on spending £64m ($93m) on a luxury 30,000 square feet home, which features 10 bedrooms and 20 bathrooms.
The 2.17 acres residence includes a 5,300 square foot master bedroom, as well as a beauty salon, massage room and a lap pool with an indoor water wall, reports the website. It has a total square footage of 38,000 under the roof but only 30,000 square feet is air conditioned.
The Los Angeles mansion - originally listed at £104m ($150m) in April - also includes basketball and tennis courts, a private trail for hiking, a fitness center and a wet bar, according to Variety.
It also has a 10-car garage, plus parking inside the property for 50 vehicles. Icon Barbra Streisand's former home sits on the site of what used to be the Mon Reve Estate. The gated home features elaborate lighting in each room, including a beautiful chandelier in the dining area.
Following divorce rumours and Bey releasing Lemonade, she and Jay have been seen going on many more date nights and squeezing in plenty of quality time together. The couple flew into Ohio a few days after their romantic stroll through NYC on 25 May. They were also seen at the NBA Finals between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors, 17 June, were the power couple were seen laughing nonstop. The couple almost took the attention from the game with how adorable they looked!
The couple have so far refused to comment on any relationship issues until the drop of a recently released remix of Fat Joe's track All The Way Up, in which Jay mentions Lemonade as well as his marriage as he raps on the track. He says: "You know you made it when the fact/your marriage made it is worth millions/Lemonade is a popular drink and it still is survival of the littlest."
A source told Page Six recently: "Jay and Beyoncé were never going to do an interview to address all the questions that came up after 'Lemonade.' It's more their style to respond through music."