The power couple are the proud owners of a historic pad in New Orleans’ posh Garden District, as first reported by Zillow . Named La Casa de Castile, the $2.6 million Spanish Baroque home first housed the Westminster Presbyterian Church and later served as a ballet studio.
The 1925-built mansion boasts 13,292 square feet, 26-foot high ceilings and three separate apartments.
The lux NoLa pad features a sophisticated open-concept design and stunning hardwood floors throughout. As for the master suite, the enormous space is outfitted with rich red details, chandeliers and an antique claw-foot bathtub.
The three-story space also includes seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms
amongst its 22 rooms total. And a breathtaking rooftop deck—the largest residential green roof in the city of New Orleans—with commanding views of the Crescent City. Check out photos of the exquisite house (mansion?) below