The Maroon 5 singer and his wife, who are expecting their first child later this year, have listed their home in the Beverly Crest area of Los Angeles for $17.5 million.
Readying the crib is a common task for most expectant parents, but in the case of Adam Levine, he’s put his up for sale. The singer-songwriter and his wife, model Behati Prinsloo, have listed their home in the Beverly Crest area of Los Angeles for $17.5 million.
Reached by a winding and gated drive, the single-story house recently saw a top-to-bottom renovation that deviated from its original ranch design in favor of a more contemporary flavor.
Living spaces have been transformed into an open plan and feature vaulted ceilings, rows of skylights and exposed beams. Sliding walls of glass bring views of the grounds and the surrounding canyons inside.
A great room with a stone-clad fireplace, a media room, a den/library and a gym/spa lie within the 7,100 square feet of interiors. A chef’s kitchen draws the eye with vibrant zebrawood cabinetry. There are five bedrooms and seven bathrooms in all.
Elsewhere on the property is a custom two-story garage that has an elevator with a motorized car lift; Levine is an avid motorcyclist. A game/car room with a speakeasy-style bar also sits in the garage. A swimming pool, a spa, a lighted basketball court and mature landscaping make up the nearly 4-acre setting. A motor court sits off the home’s entrance.
Levine bought the house four years ago for $4.83 million, records show. He and Prinsloo, who are expecting their first child later this year, married in 2014.
Levine, 37, is the lead vocalist and guitarist for the Grammy-winning band Maroon 5. He has appeared on “The Voice” since 2011.