Alicia Keys has bought a stunning $30 million four-bedroom Californian mansion with incredible ocean views and its own claim to fame — being the property that inspired Tony Stark’s modern mansion in Iron Man.
The award-winning singer-songwriter, 38, and her husband Swizz Beatz, are the new owners of the La Jolla mansion nicknamed Razor House for its clinical architecture and cliffside location near a trail called Razor Point, The Sun reports.
Razor House was initially put on the market for $43 million, meaning Alicia saved herself a cool $13 million.
It features a circular cinema room and according to the Wall Street Journal it has a stainless-steel spa, infinity pool and acoustically treated walls and ceiling — perfect for any superstar musician.
There is also a two-bed guesthouse and a rooftop entertaining area.
What’s more, the sleek home is reportedly the inspiration behind billionaire Tony Stark’s home in the Iron Man and Avengers films.
Earlier this year Alicia hosted the 61st Grammys.
Alicia has released six albums during her career as a performer.
She also acted as a coach for three seasons of the US version of The Voice.
Her acting credits include film The Secret Life of Bees, Empire, The Nanny Diaries and Smokin’ Aces.
The star has a net worth of more than $100 million.
This article originally appeared on The Sun and was reproduced with permission