Jay Z and Beyoncé have a new home. TMZ reports that the power couple purchased a $45 million mansion in Los Angeles that used to be owned by ex-L.A. Dodgers owner Frank McCourt. Bey and Hov signed a one year lease for $150K a month. The mansion is 20,000 square feet, complete with an indoor Olympic-sized pool complex and an outdoor pool with a waterfall and formal gardens. McCourt sold the mansion to a British billionaire last year. However, the billionaire was never there so he put the house back on the market. You can peep the pictures of the mansion here. Vulture reports that the mansion that they are moving into is the same mansion in the 1998 Coen Brothers-directed cult classic The Big Lebowski.

Last month, Jay Z and Beyoncé were forced to move after their Holmby Hills estate was sold for $35.5 million to another buyer. The Carters were previously in a bidding war for an $85 million home in Beverly Hills, which they later lost to 35-year-old Swedish video game programmer Markus Persson. They also recently purchased a home in NOLA. Back in May, the couple purchased a renovated church in New Orleans for $2.6 million. The 13,292 square-feet home was built back in 1925 and has since been a Presbyterian church and a ballet school before being converted into a beautiful home. It houses three apartments, a three-story master suite and seven bedrooms plus eight bathrooms for a total of 22 rooms.