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Music star Alicia Keys sells mountain-view Phoenix home for $3.1M

Jun 29, 2021, 4:25 AM | Updated: 7:28 am
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PHOENIX – Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter Alicia Keys has sung her last note at a Phoenix home she has owned for more than a dozen years.

Keys and husband Swizz Beatz, an award-winning producer and musician, sold their four-bedroom, five-and-half-bath 7,050-square-foot estate at 5659 N. Camelback Canyon Drive for $3.1 million, the Grigg’s Group with Realty Executives said Monday.

The deal for the two-story house in a gated community went through last Friday.

The home, built in 2001, shows off views of Echo Canyon, Mummy Mountain and Piestewa Peak through glass walls and a deck, the Paradise Valley-based realtors said.

Keys and Beatz, born Kasseem D. Dean, used the place as a getaway spot, often staying there for long weekends and over the holidays, Kendra Riley, who represents the Grigg’s Group, told KTAR News 92.3 FM.

Company owner Scott Grigg said they bought the house in 2008.

The house features a 20-foot-high ceilings, negative-edge pool, a home theater room, formal dining room and a chef’s kitchen area.

The famous adults had access to a wet bar, an 800-bottle wine cellar and a six-car garage, as will the new owners.

The couple originally listed the home for $3.39 million, documents showed.

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Music star Alicia Keys sells mountain-view Phoenix home for $3.1M