Gwen Stefani Makes Her “Sweet Escape” From Beverly Hills For $22M
Three-time Grammy Award winner — and The Voice judge — Gwen Stefani has officially sold her sprawling Beverly Hills mansion after nearly two years on the market. The pop star’s mountain top abode — which was designed by pattern maven Kelly Wearstler — has been purchased by budding stand-up comedian Sebastian Maniscalco for an impressive $22 million.
Hidden behind two sets of gates in Studio City, the sprawling, 15,018-square-foot property boasts seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms. With elaborate marble, eccentric pattern and vibrant hues bursting from nearly every room, this is a color enthusiast’s dream home.
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Going for a dip in the California sun is made extra special thanks to panoramic views of the rocky canyon. The crystal-clear pool even has a shallow kiddie section (far left) for her youngest son, Apollo, 5.
Talk about making an entrance! The high-contrast geometric foyer — decked out with black and white tile floors and graffiti-style artwork — leads to the equally striking living and dining room. Plus, a quirky rhino sculpture proves that animal-inspired decorating is a roaring trend.
The living room rings true to Kelly Wearstler’s covetable design aesthetic, filled with retro-inspired furnishings, mesmerizing rugs and punches of pink and chartreuse.
Back-to-back fireplaces — enveloped in carefully book-matched black marble — separate the living and dining room, while still making it feel like one seamless space.
From the whimsical wall mural to the psychedelic raspberry rug, vibrant color and pattern add flair to the seating area. The plush, circular sofas are just begging to be curled up in with a good book.
No lavish Californian mansion is complete without awe-inspiring views of the San Fernando Valley, especially when they are framed with quirky drapes.
The grounds feature a tennis court perfect for an avid player to practice their serve.
Who says you have to play it safe in the kitchen? Walls and built-in cabinetry dressed in horizontal black and white stripes and a marble island make the gathering place modern yet playful.
A monochrome palette is anything but boring when it comes to this meeting room, thanks to pattern on both the floor and ceiling, a spiky light fixture and animated sculptures holding pride of place on glossy black pedestals.
Visually delightful, this saturated hallway boasts a kaleidoscopic wash of color, luring Gwen’s famous friends to explore the rest of the house.
This extraordinary estate was once owned by Hustlers star and pop icon Jennifer Lopez, so it’s no surprise that a private movie theater would be included.
Continuing with the graffiti theme, splotches of black and white paint add unexpected edge to the marble staircase, which leads to the luxurious bedrooms and bathrooms upstairs.
Reminiscent of the singer’s 2007 music video for her smash hit “The Sweet Escape,” this black, white and pale yellow bedroom is a lesson in pattern mixing.
Each uniquely-designed bedroom has an equally exceptional, elaborately-tiled bathroom. Here, slabs of geometric marble create plenty of visual intrigue.
Who needs artwork when you have scenic views of the valley out your bedroom window? Geometric pattern envelops this personality-packed kids bedroom, while blue ombre bedding adds a youthful touch.
A backdrop of marble and black stripes adorns this bathroom, while circular features juxtaposes the sharp lines, making the space visually flow.
Double French doors leading to the outdoors, an ornate chandelier and roaring fireplace add a rock star quality to this chic bedroom.
Soaking in the tub feels extra glamorous when you’re surrounded by mismatched chevron tile. Plus, an elegant vanity is the perfect place for Gwen to store all of her favorite red lipsticks.
There’s no need for a gym membership with a 1,500-square-foot, fully equipped gym in the detached pavilion.