Alicia Keys’ house is a modern architectural masterpiece often confused with Tony Stark's mansion

A 15-time Grammy Award-winning singer/ songwriter/ producer and entrepreneur, Alicia Keys is a trailblazer.

She's one of the biggest names in the music industry. And her personal life is equally full of achievements.

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Back in 2010, she married record producer/rapper Swizz Beatz, and they welcomed two children to the family.

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So it only makes sense that this exceptional artist lives in a house that’s just as impressive as her long list of awards.

In 2019, Keys and Swizz Beatz paid $20.8 million for a striking cliffside mansion in San Diego’s upscale La Jolla neighborhood.

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The one-of-a-kind architectural masterpiece — widely known as The Razor House — was built by architect Wallace E. Cunningham.

The imposing concrete and glass mansion is perched on the edge of a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean.

It has long been dubbed ‘the  Iron Man house’ due to its resemblance to Tony Stark’s fictional house. 

The three-story home comes with 6 bedrooms and 6.5 baths, with nearly every room opening up to stunning views.

Alicia Keys' house has a state-of-the-art kitchen and a  giant round living room anchored by a fireplace.

Among its most notable amenities, the Razor House lists: two steam rooms, a theater, and a library with a custom-made Ralph Lauren pool table.

Neither Alicia Keys nor Swizz Beatz had any connection to San Diego when they bought the home...

leading people to speculate that the iconic residence will serve as a vacation home for the couple.

But a house tour given to Architectural Digest in late 2021 proved everyone wrong.

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Property photos by Gary Kasl courtesy of The Agency