Inside Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo’s $47.5 Million Beverly Hills Mansion
It’s pretty sick.
The happy couple bought the mansion for $33.9 million a year ago and reportedly added $7 million in upgrades, and are now aiming to make a sizable profit on their ultra-luxe pad.
The 10,376 square foot compound was built in 1933 and has five bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, a guest house, pool, and a tennis court built by the previous owner, tennis legend Pete Sampras.
Described in the listing as “completely private, secluded, and behind gates,” the home also has a two story entry, library, 50-foot living room, and a formal dining room with bar.
The huge walk-in closet in the master bedroom is obviously fit for a model like Behati.
The gourmet kitchen has an open floor plan that opens up to the family room, which is awesome for feng shui purposes.
And because one kitchen is never enough, there’s another chef’s kitchen.
And a movie screening room, because why not.
The estate was completely updated and remodeled “by one of the top designers in the world,” but the elusive designer remains unnamed.
According to the listing, the home will only be shown to pre-qualified clients, probably because not everyone has a whopping $47.5 million dollars to buy a house.
In case you do, though, a down payment of $9.5 million, $254,075 in monthly mortgage payments, and extremely deep pockets is all it takes to make this gorgeous mansion yours.