A Preacher man once said you need wisdom to build a house not savings. In the like of Bay & Jay, the are not fer from truth about what the preacher man said.
Where you are music industry royalty, you kind of have to own in New Orleans. Jay and Bey bought this historic church in the Garden District section of New Orleans in 2015.
“It’s a departure from their modern digs in Manhattan, but with a lovely mix of bold colors, patterns and texture. According to Zillow, a company with ties to Beyoncé purchased the home, which was listed for $2.6 million.
In 2007, Jay rented a 3-bedroom, 76th-floor penthouse at the Time Warner Center for $40,000 per month. The property was then sold for $31 million in 2011, setting a record for the most expensive recorded sale recorded in the building.
But the Carters have far too much cash to waste their time renting. They became bonafide Hamptons owners last fall fall, when they bought a palace know as the Pond House for nearly $26 million.
“The property has plenty of space for Blue Ivy, Rumi, and Sir to run around without prying eyes, as it’s next to a 17-acre nature preserve. Designed by famed architect Stanford White, contractor Jeffrey Colle decided to up the luxe factor by rotating the house 90 degrees, so its living room faces Georgica Pond.
Last August, the couple dropped a hefty $88 million on a new mansion in Los Angeles’ famed Bel-Air neighborhood. The property is more like a mini-fiefdom than a house, encompassing six buildings, multiple pools, a basketball court, and separate quarters for the staff.
“The 8-bedroom home was the most expensive sale of 2017 in all of Los Angeles County, beating out even a new purchase by music mogul David Geffen. It’s a true trophy home that reflects just how far this power couple has come.
Below are few among the rest of the properties owned by Jay and Bay.