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Jay-Z And Beyonce Moving to Miami? World's Most Important Couple Toured Ricky Martin's Mansion

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Will the Beyssiah be raised amongst us?

A very pregnant Beyonce and Jay-Z have been spotted house hunting in Miami Beach a few times over the past month, and TMZ reports that world's most important couple was in town last week to tour a mansion currently owned by none other than Ricky Martin.

The seven-bedroom, ten-bath home is located in the North Bay Road neighborhood of Miami Beach. That's the same area, dubbed "Celebrity Row," that Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh currently call home.

TMZ says Martin bought the home in 2005 for $10 million, but is now asking $12.5 million for it. No word on whether the Carter-Knowles put in an offer.

Their recent house hunting seems to indicate that couple is looking to settle down somewhere to raise their pending sacred child.

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