Checkout Beyonce And Jayz’s New Home Where They Would Be Raising Their Twins(photos)

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Boasting ‘unobstructed views’ of the Pacific Ocean, 14 bathrooms, 10 bedrooms and a 25ft infinity pool, this is the lavish Malibu hideaway that Beyoncé and her newborn twins currently call home.

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Beyoncé is renting the $400,000-a-month mansion known as La Villa Contenta until the end of August and moved in on Wednesday after leaving hospital with her newborns, believed to be a boy and a girl.

Luxury: The lavish hideaway has extensive 6.3 acre grounds, which contain a rose garden with more than 1,000 flower bushes, a landscaped desert area and a tennis court complete with a viewing deck

On Sunday, her mother Tina Knowles Lawson, 63, was spotted arriving at the luxurious house to visit the twins – pulling up in a black Porsche SUV and wearing her trademark gold bracelets.

Privacy: The couple - who are also parents to daughter  five-year-old Blue Ivy Carter,  have been decidedly quiet over the arrival of their newborns, despite her father Matthew Knowles confirmed the news on Twitter

The grandmother-of-four was also reportedly present when the children were delivered on June 12 at Los Angeles’ UCLA Medical Center.

Her daughter and the new babies then spent just over a week at the hospital before being allowed to leave.

 La Villa Contenta is owned by real estate mogul Richard Weintraub and has an impressive Hollywood pedigree

The house also boasts a dining room that can seat up to 24 people and comes with George III antique furniture and a limestone ceiling 

More space: Although the home seems to be more than accomodating for the growing family, the singer and rapper are reportedly looking to move into a larger home which more than twice the size of the Malibu mansion (pictured) at 30,000 sq ft

Next to the front door is a 2,500-year-old lion's head bust that was discovered at the base of Mount Vesuvius in Italy 

 

The massive home features double living rooms, a library/study, gourmet kitchen, wine cellar, full gym, movie theater, and large terraces with ocean views 

Attached is a 'state-of-the-art' Viking-design kitchen, each of which cost up to $10,000, and is described in the listing as having 'everything a home cook or professional caterer could need' 

Other features include a library with a marble fireplace, a media room with a 14ft screen and a 'rustic kitchen ideally suited to a private chef'

The massive home features double living rooms, a library/study, gourmet kitchen, wine cellar, full gym, movie theater, and large terraces with ocean views 

The two changing rooms, named Venus for women and Neptune for men after the Roman deities of love and the sea, have onyx paneling and large lounge areas 

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