You Could Live Inside Adam Levine’s $17.5M Beverly Hills Home
With a baby girl on the way, Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine and model Behati Prinsloo are making way for bigger and better digs. Originally purchased for a cool $4.83 million, the couple’s newly renovated Beverly Hills home is listed for a whopping $17.5 million. If the property sells, it’s safe to say that the couple will be able to buy loads of diapers for their newborn baby, who is expected in September. Refurbished by L.A. designer Mark Haddawy, the home is certainly fit for a rockstar and his supermodel wife. Take a peek inside the super-cool space.
The single-storey house was built on 3.6 acres and is surrounded by lush greenery. The home has an impressive five bedrooms and seven bathrooms.
The open-concept living room is a highlight in the home with vaulted ceilings, a large skylight and exposed beams.
Different rugs create zones in the large room, such as a games area, living space and dining area. High ceilings create even more visual space. Pop art and boho details like faux fur chairs offer a rocker chic feel.
The kitchen is more traditional, with a sunny yellow backsplash and granite countertops.
The dining room has hits of maroon (of course!) with wood floors and a wrought-iron chandelier.
Two massive windows allow sunlight to pour into the bedroom.
The master bathroom features his and hers sinks separated by storage.
The media room is decked out entirely in blue velvet.
Sliding doors surround the house, blurring the lines between indoor and outdoor living.
Perfect for entertaining, this room off the pool has a bar and a cool ’70s feel.
The same tile used indoors surrounds the pool to create a cohesive look from indoors to out.
The house is appropriately named the “Benedict House” in honor of its panoramic views of the Benedict Canyon.
The backyard is just as impressive as the interior, with a basketball court, tennis court and a two-storey garage with an elevator.