Singer-songwriter Alicia Keys and her husband, music producer Swizz Beatz, have finally sold their former vacation home Dreamland in Phoenix, Arizona after five years on the market.
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In 2001, the original owners of the Phoenix home built and completed construction before Keys and Beatz purchased the property in 2008. The home was always intended to serve as a holiday residence for Keys, Beatz, and their family. In 2016, however, the celebrity couple prepared to bid farewell to their former vacation home listing it on the market for $3.85 million. The presumed reason as to why the musical duo listed their holiday home is due to their claim that it did not get enough usage. In the years following, the property was listed on and off the market ultimately failing to secure a deal. It was most recently relisted in March for just under $3.4 million. The home was finally sold this week at $3.1 million, slightly under the listing price. Reportedly, the buyer was a local resident of the Phoenix area and was drawn to the picturesque views the home had to offer.
Alicia Key’s former Dreamland spans 7,050 square feet and includes four bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms. As the property is situated on an elevated plane, the house does not align with the typical desert architecture but instead is a multistory structure with character and picturesque views of the Camelback Mountains, Arizona canyons, and cityscape. Stepping into the home, the open floor plan presents a great room, living area, and formal dining room with 20-foot ceiling. The spacious chef’s kitchen is equipped with a breakfast nook, high-end appliances, and spectacular views of the outdoors. Stepping outside, the exterior space offers a large deck with a wraparound two-level patio, infinity pool, and spa hanging over the hillside. Upstairs, the main suite features a custom-made circular bed, grand piano, and large windows. The holiday home was initially designed with the purpose of entertainment in mind. The expansive space offers a theater, game room, wet bar, exercise room, 800 bottle wine cellar, and six-car garage.
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