Adam Levine Buys Beverly Hills Home for $4.83 Million
According to the L.A. Times, Maroon 5′s tattooed frontman Adam Levine just picked up a home in the illustrious 90210 ZIP code for $4.83 million.
The musician and “The Voice” judge was rumored to be house shopping awhile ago; Real Estalker wrote that Levine listed his Los Feliz home as a pocket listing in early September, beginning his house hunt in earnest.
Apparently the historic “Benedict House” was what Levine was looking for. Situated in a private and gated community, the hilltop home is hidden at the end of long and gated driveway ending in an enormous motor court.
The 6-bed, 7-bath home was built in 1940 and retains much of the time period’s character with high ceilings and wood floors. However, the Beverly Hills home is more classic than bachelor-pad, and if Levine’s taste hasn’t changed, he’ll likely give the home the same Architectural Digest-worthy makeover he did to his last home. Boasting 6,500 square feet of living space, Levine’s new home also has a detached guest house, swimming pool and spa.