Here’s What Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo’s $17.5 Million Mansion Looks Like

Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo are moving to bigger and better things as their home has just been listed on the real estate market for a whopping $17.5 million.

The property, which on 3.66 acres of land, has almost quadrupled since Levine bought it for himself for just a mere $4.83 million in 2012, Trulia reports. Sitting inside the gated community of Wallingford Estates, the sprawling mansion five bedrooms and seven bathrooms.

As the listing suggests, the Maroon 5 singer has dropped tons of dollars on his abode since moving in, completely rebuilding everything and renovating the estate with new luxury fixtures such as floor-to-ceiling windows, skylights, and exposed beam ceilings. Featuring “one of the best and most dramatic living/great rooms in Los Angeles,” the 7,100-square-foot residence also includes a private screening room, a gourmet kitchen, a library, a separate gym with spa, a two story car collector’s garage with elevated lift, a maid quarters, and a secret speakeasy that doubles as a card room.

Outside, there’s a swimming pool surrounded by grounds; a championship sized tennis court, a separate guesthouse, and stunning panoramic canyon views of the city.

According to Variety, who first broke the news, Levine also sold his Los Feliz bachelor pad in 2013 and put up his Manhattan love nest for a cool $5.5 million this April.

Take a look at Levine’s Beverly Hills digs — before renovations — in the gallery below!