Music superstar Alicia Keys is spending some time at her Phoenix Camelback Mountain house, which she pulled off the market last year.
Keys, known for the Grammy-award winning “Girl on Fire,” posted an Instagram photo Monday striking a cool pose on the hood of a vintage Mustang with views of Camelback Mountain and Praying Monk in the background.
Based on photos of her 7,881-square-foot house with panoramic views of the Valley, the Instagram photo was shot from her driveway.
Keys paid $3.9 million for the house in 2008, according to public real-estate records.
She listed the mansion for sale at $3.85 million in early 2016. The asking price was later dropped to $3.2 million. Real-estate websites show the listing for Keys’ mansion expired last fall, and there is no record or her having sold the house.
In a 2016 interview, Keys' husband, Swizz Beatz, called the couple’s Phoenix house a “magical place.”
Beatz is in Keys' Instagram photo. He's posing on the hood of a vintage Corvette.
Her comment: "His + Hers Whose you choose??"
Forget the cars — check out those gorgeous Arizona rocks.