Cardi B revealed earlier this month that she has officially moved into her dream home in the city of New York.
The only issue? It’s in New Jersey.
The artist, a native New Yorker, who grew up in Washington Heights, took to Instagram on Nov. 2 to share with her fans the news she had purchased a freshly constructed home.
“These days I don’t just live [in] one place, I’m everywhere due to my work. One thing for sure: I needed a home in my home city of NY!” Cardi B, 29, wrote in the caption.
“Me and my husband have always dreamed of having a crib in NY, and we have decided to add to our portfolio of homes, along with Atlanta and LA,” she continued.
“Now having a home in NY, I can have get togethers with my family all the time!! I have accomplished so many things yet I still feel far from all the goals I want to accomplish. This is one dream I can cross off…..Let me know if ya’ll want a mini tour!”
But the home is actually located in the suburbs of Tenafly, in the Garden State — about 45 minutes from Manhattan, and 25 minutes to Washington Heights, where she grew up.
Cardi B closed on the home on Sept. 17 for $5.85 million, property records show, and is spending more than $1 million on improvements, a source told The Post.
The main home is made up of nine-bedrooms and nine-bathrooms, with an additional four-bedrooms in the guesthouse.
Spanning 13,000 square feet, the gated estate sits on 1.8 acres of land and comes with every amenity you can think of.
The house features 10-foot long ceilings with a movie theatre, a temperature-controlled wine cellar, gym, powder room, and a wet bar.
Other amenities include a salt-water pool, tennis court, a cabana with a full outdoor kitchen, and a smart home security system.
The new home comes after the “WAP” rapper and her husband, Offset, welcomed their second child, a baby boy, in early September.
The couple also share three-year-old daughter Kulture.
Meanwhile, Offset purchased an investment property in the Dominican Republic as a birthday present to his wife last month.
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