Alicia Keys Just Bought This Stunning Seaside Mansion For $20.8M
After over a year on the market (and a $10 million price reduction), the famed “Razor House” — inspired by the Iron Man film franchise — has been scooped up by Grammy Award-winning singer Alicia Keys and her producer husband Swizz Beats. The soaring structure — with breathtaking ocean views — sits on a cliff in La Jolla, California, a coastal community in San Diego. Built by architect Wallace E. Cunningham, the modern mansion is 10,653-square-feet with six bedrooms, eight bathrooms and several outdoor lounge areas. For added luxury, the three-storey abode comes complete with a detached guesthouse, library and tiered theatre.
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With striking design, the landmark home has been featured in many television commercials, including Visa Black Card and Calvin Klein.
This home is an architectural masterpiece like no other, thanks to the concrete, steel and glass structure’s dramatic, sharp angles.
Lounging is made extra special on the rooftop deck, thanks to panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean.
A roaring fireplace, plush circular rug and plenty of artful furniture inject warmth into this monochrome living room. There’s no need for art on the walls when the floor-to-ceiling windows frame the picturesque view.
Contemporary design and handsome wood finishes boast alluring appeal in the dining room, encouraging the vocal icon’s famous guests to linger well into the night.
Entertaining is made easy for the busy singer, thanks to the ultramodern kitchen’s Gaggeneau, Miele and Hoshizaki appliances.
A heated infinity pool — which doubles as a dreamy selfie backdrop — virtually hangs off the jagged bluff the home is build on.
A cozy courtyard can easily transition from a relaxed lounge area by day to an A-list hotspot by night.
A subterranean garage — complete with dramatic uplighting — is fit for a sleek fleet of vintage cars.
Each bedroom boasts jaw-dropping ocean views, so you can fall asleep to the soothing sound of crashing waves.