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Beyoncé and Jay Z reportedly close on their first LA home

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They finally did it

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The Paul McClean-designed spec mansion that Beyoncé and Jay Z have reportedly purchased.

Beyoncé and Jay Z have finally managed to buy their first home mansion in Los Angeles. Citing anonymous sources, the Los Angeles Times reports that the power couple has closed on a newly built, contemporary mansion in Bel Air, paying $90 million for the sleek, hotel-like spread.

It’s the priciest home sale in Los Angeles County this year, topping Mark Walter’s purchase of David Geffen’s Malibu estate for a reported $85 million.

Beyoncé and Jay Z’s new property comprises six structures and holds a 15-car garage, bulletproof windows, helipad, and four pools. It was designed by prolific spec mansion builder Paul McClean.

After relocating from New York City, the Grammy award-winning musicians have crashed in fancy hotels and rented estates across LA, including Malibu’s La Villa Contenta and ex-Dodger owner Jamie McCourt's old house in Holmby Hills.

They’ve been trying to buy property in LA for at least a year now, but have been outbid twice.

The Bel Air spec house was for sale off-market, reportedly with a price tag of $130 million, according to the Times.

Page Six says their neighbors in the East Gate Bel Air neighborhood will include Salma Hayek and Tom Jones.