Beyoncé & Jay-Z’s Mysterious New Orleans mansion For Sale

CELEBRITY NEWS - Karen Smith Post


Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s New Orleans home is now up for sale as the abode was mysteriously in an arson attempt in July that burned for two hours and required 22 firefighters to extinguish, according to NOLA.com.


It is being reported by Chron.com, that the couple have placed their 13,300 square-foot historic mansion known as La Casa de Castille on the real estate market for $4.45 million. The estate is a former church that was turned into a ballet school and then a mansion.

Jay-Z and Beyonce are known to have homes in different parts of the world, but this one particular location seems to be shrouded in mystery even terms of the ownership.  The home’s Zillow listing directs viewers to a broken or nonexistent website. Images of La Casa de Castille are completely blurred out on Google Maps. The phone number of the supposed owner is actually registered to a Mississippi-based immigration attorney.

It appears that Beyonce may have left a statement about why the home should be bought, but even that could be seen as conjecture by the most jaded home buyer.  “As one Grammy winner said, ‘The acoustics and vibes are great. I did my best writing ever, while watching the sunset from the rooftop garden!'” the Zillow description reads.

La Casa de Castille has seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, high ceilings, a main residence with three 1,000 square-foot apartments, “all kinds of nooks and crannies to hide with a book” and a rooftop garden.

In other news surrounding the billionaire couple, Beyonce caused quite a stir when she was wearing the 128.54 carat Tiffany Diamond, becoming the first Black woman to wear the iconic jewel discovered in South Africa in 1877 in a Tiffany’s commercial back in September. Not only that, but she was then accused of wearing a blood diamond.

The company would end up releasing an alternate commercial in its place. It would show the couple in a video showcasing a lifestyle of the rich and famous.