The Mansion from 'Black is King' Is Our Quarantine Dream Space

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Beyoncé shook up our quarantine daze with her visual album Black Is King, and there was plenty of decor inspiration, too. With all the gorgeous floral arrangements by the ever-talented Maurice Harris, plus all the fantastic art by artists like Derrick Adams and Woodrow Nash, you can find plenty to swoon over. At the top of the list: the luxurious mansion that we see in multiple shots throughout the visual album.

The property listed by Mauricio Umansky and Santiago Arana of The Agency. It's actually located in Beverly Hills — and could be yours for just $125 million! Browsing through the property images, however, is free, so that's what we're spending today doing. The Beverly House is actually the former estate of William Randolph Hearst and actress Marion Davies, according to The Agency. And you might've caught glimpses of it before in movies like The Godfather and The Bodyguard.

Imagine traipsing through the hallways of this 18-bedroom, 25-bathroom space before you decide to take a dip in the Olympic-size pool, or perhaps participate in a rousing match at the tennis court. The world is your oyster. With features like herringbone parquet floors, a two-story library, a hand-painted living room ceiling, and a billiards room, staying indoors doesn't sound so bad.

Check out the stunning space for yourself here.

(h/t House Beautiful)


Eva Recinos is an associate editor at Hunker. You can reach her at eva@hunker.com

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