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As previously reported, Jay-Z and Beyonce dropped $88 million back in August on a sprawling estate in Bel Air, CA. But despite the baller price tag, the mansion still isn’t quite up to standards for the power couple.

According to TMZ, the Carters have taken out two permits in the past month for work on the home, which is set to cost around $800k in total.

One permit will be used to install a backup generator, which will reportedly cost $30,000. Bey and JAY have also decided to add a living area under their four pools, which is another $750,000 in renovations.

Back in August, the LA Times reported that the musical duo secured a home loan of $52.8million to purchase the mansion. Based on a four percent interest rate, monthly payments on a 30-year mortgage would be $252,075, per the Daily Mail.

The couple’s new modern mansion was developed by Dean McKillen and sits on two acres of land high up in the hills with six different structures on the property.

The gated property features four outdoor swimming pools, a spa and wellness center, panoramic views of Los Angeles and the pocketing glass doors and windows are bulletproof.

Amenities also include a media room, multiple outdoor entertaining areas, a full-sized basketball court, staff quarters and a 15-car garage.

Last month, the Carters also went bicoastal by purchasing a lavish house in the Hamptons for $26 million.

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4 thoughts on “Beyonce & Jay-Z To Drop $800k On Renovations For Their $88M Mansion

  1. leadjustone on said:

    Real estate in the right location (location, location) has historically been a good investment. Hope it works out well for them!

  2. Must be nice. I just wish I had that in the bank to live off on let alone using to decorate a home. I aint mad at them. Enjoy because you can not take it with you.

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