Inside Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz's 'Dreamland' mansion

Inside Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz's 'Dreamland' mansion

Alicia Keys is giving her fans a glimpse of her $20.8-million (around R321-million) mansion. She calls the home "Dreamland". 

Inside Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz mansion
Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz show off their 'Dreamland' mansion/ YouTube (Achitectural Digest)

Social media users are in awe of Alicia Keys and her husband Kasseem 'Swizz Beatz' Dean's futuristic-looking California home. 

The couple invited Architectural Digest into the mansion, which is reportedly worth a whopping $20.8-million.

The cliffside home, which overlooks the Pacific Ocean, was allegedly the inspiration for Tony Stark's bachelor pad in the 'Iron Man' movies, according to the publication. 

Alicia and Swizz Beatz call the mansion, 'Dreamland'. It has also been dubbed  “America’s coolest home" and "architectural masterpiece". 

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The 11,000-square-foot mansion is filled with more than 1,000 art pieces from African American and African artists. It has floor-to-ceiling glass and floating staircases.

A fleet of luxury cars fill the mansion's garage. Swizz Beatz is a big Ferrari fan and owns a Ferrari Enzo, a Ferrari LaFerrari, and a Ferrari SF90.

The American record producer revealed that he had the home saved as his phone's screensaver for eight years. “I was low-key manifesting it,” he told Architectural Digest

The architectural designer was Wallace E. Cunningham 

Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz share the home with their two sons, Egypt and Genesis. 


Take a peek inside America's coolest home. 

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