Step Inside Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo's $21.3 Million Mansion
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As the textbook definition of couple goals, Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo obviously own a stunning Beverly Hills mansion, in addition to their NYC penthouse. But with a baby on the way, the Maroon 5 crooner and Victoria's Secret model are looking to unload their estate—listing it with Westside Estate Agency for $15.95 million (USD). The massive 7100-square-foot residence sits on 3.6 acres of land in the gated community of Wallingford Estates. The five-bedroom, seven-bathroom property has amenities for days, boasting one of the most dramatic, rug-draped living rooms in Los Angeles, according to Celebuzz (photo evidence below).
Levine, who purchased the home himself back in 2012, has since gut-renovated it from top to bottom, adding wood-beamed ceiling details, floor-to-ceiling windows, and plenty of skylights. Housing a home theatre, gourmet kitchen, library, gym, basketball court, and maid quarters, plus a secret speakeasy bar, a two-story collector's garage, and a gorgeous pool overlooking the rolling L.A. hills, the home is definitely more bachelor pad than family home. We're intrigued to see where the stylish couple will choose to settle down with their new baby.
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