"You have a new, beautiful home. Congratulations!"
Translation:Teillä on uusi kaunis koti. Onnea!
I just wanted to comment that in English, we would say "You have a beautiful new home" rather than "...a new beautiful home." I hope that it is accepted too (I didn't try but went with the literal translation).
The order of adjectives is a bit random but there are ways that are much more common than others. For example, nobody would say "a white and black photograph."
You probably made a mistake somewhere else in your sentence which you didn't notice (like how you wrote 'withput' here instead of 'without'. Though most one-letter mistakes are tolerated).
Anyway, if you copy and paste your exact response, then people who are reading here can help you better.