Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo Are Having a Hard Time Selling Their $15.95 Million House
It seems Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo are having trouble unloading their family home. After almost three months since listing it on the real estate market, the couple, who are currently expecting their first child — a girl, have dropped the asking price for their Beverly Hills abode.
According to TMZ, the parents-to-be slashed the price tag by more than $1.5 million, cutting it down from a whopping $17.5 million to just $15.95 million. (That’s still a little too steep for us plebes though.)
The property, which boasts five bedrooms and seven bathrooms, has almost quadrupled in value since Levine bought it for himself in 2012 for a mere $4.83 million. Sitting inside the gated community of Wallingford Estates, the fully-renovated pad is completely rebuilt from the group up with luxury fixtures such as floor-to-ceiling windows, skylights, and exposed beam ceilings.
The 7,100-square-foot residence includes a home theater, a gourmet kitchen, a library, a gym, a maid quarters and a secret speakeasy that doubles as a card room.
Outside, the lot also features a tennis and basketball court, an in-ground pool and spa, a two-story garage with its own elevator, a guesthouse, sprawling lawns and stunning panoramic views of the nearby mountains. Seriously, even Levine can’t help but to gush about the scenery.
As previously reported, the Maroon 5 frontman also put up his Manhattan love nest for a cool $5.5 million this April.
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