A New Orleans mansion reportedly owned by Beyoncé caught fire on Wednesday night.
According to reports, the fire began at around 6:15 p.m. CT, and took 22 firefighters almost two hours to put it out.
“If they didn’t get there when they did, it could have been much worse. It’s a historic home,” a spokesperson from the fire department said, revealing there were no injuries or evacuations.
The fire rose to only a one-alarm fire status, although the cause of the incident has not yet been determined.
According to a local source, the historic multi-million dollar home is reportedly tied to the Single Ladies superstar, 39, and her husband Jay-Z, a.k.a. Shawn Carter.
Sugarcane Park LLC, managed by Celestine Lawson (also known as Miss Tina, or Beyoncé’s mother), acquired the home in 2015. The mansion is also registered to a Sherman Oaks, California residence that is linked to the Carters.
The home is assessed at over $2.4 million dollars, and according to city records, it had previously been listed on the market for $2.5 million in 2013 by previous owner Sandra C. McNamara.
The 15,200 square foot home was originally built in 1927 as the Westminster Presbyterian church, then it became an eight-dancer ballet company, before being converted into a home in 2000.
Inside are six bedrooms and six-and-a-half bathrooms, and a 26-foot-tall great room with wooden floors, a patio, and a balcony.
The New Orleans mansion isn’t the only luxurious pad the couple share. In 2017, they dropped $88 million on a Los Angeles home.
Their Bel-Air house featured over 30,000 square feet of indoor space, and another 10,000 square feet outside.
It also featured a basketball court, a 15-car garage, four swimming pools and a media room.