beyoncé’s new orleans house has the biggest rooftop garden in the city!
her newest crash pad is a former church in the garden district.
Published Jun 3, 2016 5:00 AM
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Built in 1925, the Spanish-Baroque style mansion was also a ballet school before it was converted into an architecturally distinct residence.
The three-story abode is made of one main house and three adjoining apartments, forging 13,292 square feet of overall living space.
The historic home holds 26-ft tall ceilings, arched windows, hardwood floors, floor-to- ceiling columns, hidden reading nooks, and split-levels for added privacy.
The kitchen comes with double ovens and a moveable outer wall that transforms the area into one big entertaining room with ease.
The master bedroom boasts a colossal walk-in closet as well as an en suite bathroom with an antique soaking tub and standalone shower.
And if all that doesn’t seem flawless enough for the superstar pair, there’s even a rooftop garden—the largest one in the entire city!—making the dwelling both eco-friendly and party-ready!