Beyoncé and Jay Z to buy $120million mansion with bulletproof windows

It has been reported that Beyonce and Jay Z have put in a $120million offer on a beautiful hilltop mansion in Bel Air.

The luxury property boasts eight bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a 15-car garage, separate staff quarters, a spa, bulletproof windows, and more than two acres of land.

Beyonce and Jay hope to be settled before they become a family of five.
Beyonce and Jay hope to be settled before they become a family of five.

It is thought that as Bey prepares to give birth to twins in June, she and Jay are looking to move their family to Los Angeles from their current home in New York City in a bid for more privacy.

The newly built mansion is at 454 Cuesta Way in Bel Air’s incredibly private East Gate area, with the hilltop location offering extra privacy, as well as metal security gates.

Irish firm McKillen Developments have totally rebuilt the property and it was designed by acclaimed architect Paul McClean, with a real estate source telling Page Six: “The house is beyond words. No expense was spared in design or execution.”

Beyonce’s twins are due in June.
Beyonce’s twins are due in June.

It has been three years since Beyonce and Jay first attempted to buy a home in Los Angeles, previously being outbid by Minecraft billionaire Markus Persson and Tom Ford on properties that they have been interested in.

However, with two new arrivals set to join their daughter, five-year-old Blue Ivy, they are keen to get settled in the area so that Blue can start at a private kindergarten.

If their bid for the Bel Air mansion is accepted, their famous East Gate neighbours will include the likes of Tom Jones and Salma Hayek.

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