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Jay And Bey Pay $150K/Month To Rent This L.A. Mansion

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The rent is Los Angeles is undoubtedly high, but imagine the life you could live if you were Jay Z and Beyonce, for whom money is an abundant plaything? The power couple is currently renting a mansion in Holmby Hills for a mere $150,000 a month. Jay and Bey (and Blue Ivy) have been poking around Los Angeles for a while now, first peeping at this insane mansion now owned by the Minecraft inventor then checking into a Beverly Hills hotel, Curbed LA reports. Now, they're back in the Holmby Hills mansion they rented over the summer for $200,000, TMZ reports. Basically, they're getting it for 25 percent off, which is really a bargain.

The 16,000-square-foot mansion contains seven bedrooms, eight and a half baths, a theatre, tennis court, an infinity pool and art gallery—plenty of space for their 38 or so Grammys. The home is currently for sale for $35.5 million, after being built as a spec house for $48 million. When it first went up on the market, The Insider took a tour. They note that the mansion has parking for up to 20 cars.

Equinox also filmed this video about sculpted abs there. Wowza!

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