After lower than two months available on the market, Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo have offered their sprawling compound within the Pacific Palisades neighborhood of Los Angeles, in line with the LA Times. The Maroon 5 musician and former Victoria’s Secret Angel listed the property for $57.5 million, and although the ultimate value of $51 million is a drop from that determine, it nonetheless represents a significant improve from the $32 million they paid in 2018. The sellers on the tip of that deal had been Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner who’d lived there for simply shy of a decade and parted methods with it the identical yr they divorced.
Designed by legendary California architect Cliff May and constructed within the Thirties, the ten bed room, 14 lavatory property has seen many renovations via the years and Levine and Prinsloo did certainly put their very own touches on the house. The strategy of renovating and adorning is one thing they get pleasure from—in line with Prinsloo, Levine notably enjoys it. “Adam usually takes the driver’s seat in making design decisions,” the mannequin defined to AD throughout a tour of the house final yr. “He stays up all night looking at furniture and houses. He should be an interior designer himself.”
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Despite its roots within the ‘30s, the house has a distinctly up to date feeling, although it holds onto a little bit of that unique ranch-style bent, and the three full acres of landscaped land the house sits on definitely helps with that impression. Natural, subdued tones and supplies are employed all through the house, which Clements Design helped them overhaul, to carry that earthy feeling indoors. The sale is reportedly one of many greatest offers ever made within the Pacific Palisades space and the third costliest residence sale this yr in all of Los Angeles.