Alicia Keys Sells 2 Mansions But Keeps Razor House That Inspired The Bachelor Pad ‘Iron Man’


Music superstar Alicia Keys has been married since 2010 to world-renowned record producer Swizz Beatz, whose real name is Kasseem Dean. would be the house that inspired Tony Stark Iron Man Manor.

Keys and Dean recently sold two of their homes, but they still reside in their Razor House estate. Here is more information on all the properties and an overview of “America’s Coolest Home”.

Alicia Keys waves to fans outside the ‘Good Morning America’ studio in New York | Raymond Room/GC Images

Keys and Dean sold New Jersey property they bought from Eddie Murphy

The “Girl on Fire” artist and her husband have owned a few properties on both coasts.

A home on the East Coast is located in Englewood, New Jersey. Keys and Dean bought this estate from Eddie Murphy for $12 million in 2013. The mansion has 32 rooms. 15 are bathrooms and six are bedrooms. The colonial-style brick house also has an indoor swimming pool, bowling alley, cinema room and of course a recording studio.

According to Zillow, it hit the market in 2021, and as of February 2022, the sale of the gated five-acre home was underway. The power couple dumped it for less than they bought it for $9.9 million.

They also sold their vacation home in Phoenix at a loss

Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz pose for photos at the 2021 Met Gala

Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz pose for photos at the 2021 Met Gala | Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for the Met Museum/Vogue

Keys and Dean also owned a vacation home in Arizona.

the beautiful property they had there is located on Camelback Mountain in Phoenix. The mansion sits on one acre of land and has 7,050 square feet of living space. It also has six bathrooms and four bedrooms, including a semi-circular room with floor-to-ceiling windows and a private terrace to enjoy the mountain views.

The home also boasts 20-foot ceilings, an 800-bottle wine cellar, gym, game room with a bar, and a six-car garage accessible by elevator. And to top it off, there’s an amazing outdoor infinity pool.

Public records show the pair bought it in 2008 for $3.9 million and sold it in 2021 for $3.1 million

Inside Keys and the Dean’s Razor House estate that inspired the “Iron Man” mansion

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Keys and Dean have retained their residence in La Jolla, Calif., where they and their two children, Egypt and Genesis, currently live.

This estate is known as the Razor House and is believed to be the inspiration for Iron Man Tony Stark’s bachelor pad. It’s been described as “America’s coolest house,” but Keys and Dean call it their “Dreamland.” The “Fallin'” singer shared Architectural Summaryit’s “a place to create dreams and be bold enough to dream your wildest dream – to us, even being here is a wildest dream.”

The amazing property, which has been featured in credit card and Calvin Klein commercials, is one Dean had his eye on for years, as he revealed to AD that it was the screensaver of his phone for eight years. In 2019, he and Keys dropped over $20 million on the futuristic-looking mansion. It is nearly 11,000 square feet and sits atop a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean. It has 4 bedrooms and six bathrooms.

A few of its many amenities include a home cinema, free-standing guesthouse, tunnel to four-car garage, rooftop with BBQ area, and sparkling infinity pool. One look inside and it’s no wonder the couple kept this residence.

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