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Alicia Keys sells 32-room house, too small for art collection

ENGLEWOOD, N.J -- Officials say Alicia Keys has put her 32-room northern New Jersey home and an adjacent property on the market with an asking price of $14.9 million.

The Record reports the singer bought the Englewood home two years ago from Eddie Murphy for $10.4 million. The neighboring property, also once owned by the comedian, was purchased for $1.7 million earlier this year.

The listing agent for the properties says Keys and her husband, hip-hop artist Swizz Beatz, plan to build a larger home with enough space to house their contemporary art collection.

The 25,000-square-foot house has eight bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, a bowling alley, an indoor pool, a movie theater, two elevators, a five-car garage and a recording studio.

The two properties total 5.4 acres.

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