Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz will say good-bye to their art-filled New Jersey manse, the centerpiece of a 5.42-acre compound in Englewood that once belonged to Eddie Murphy (if those walls could recount True Hollywood stories). Art-filled isn't just a nice way of saying they have expensive taste in frames; as the listing photos show, pieces by KAWS and Maya Hayuk grace the walls of this all-brick, 32-room home built in 1980, which boasts a
movie theatre, indoor pool pavilion, bowling alley, and a pro recording studio (please say "Party All The Time" was recorded here. The listing bundles together the main house and a coach house, both purchased from Murphy (for $10.4 and $1.7 million, respectively). The couple also dropped $2 million to renovate and add an art gallery, so they'll barely break even if someone meets their ask.