Adam Levine Price Chops Freshly Rehabbed Beverly Hills Estate

SELLER: Adam Levine
LOCATION: Beverly Hills, CA
PRICE: $15,950,000
SIZE: (approx.) 7,100 square feet, 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms

YOUR MAMA’S NOTES: Three months after he first hoisted his freshly rehabbed mid-century modern inspired estate in Beverly Hills up for sale on the open market, rock star and televised singing competition judge Adam Levine has dropped the asking price to $15.95 million, an elephantine $1.55 million chop to the eye-catching but in-hindsight rose-tinted $17 million price tag with which it was originally saddled. The 3.6-acre estate, in a little known gated enclave that runs along a slender ridge high above Beverly Hills, was purchased by the heavily tatted Maroon 5 front man not quite four years ago, in October 2012, for $4.83 million and subsequently taken down to the studs and rebuilt with what current marketing materials describe as “architectural perfection and timeless style.”

The meandering, multi-winged residence measures in at about 7,100-square-feet with five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, according to marketing materials, along with “one of the best and most dramatic living/great rooms in Los Angeles,” a “gourmet kitchen” with book-matched walnut or perhaps teak cabinetry, and a den/library with built-in bookshelves that incorporate a large television and a shag rug so thick we have to imagine it’s just easier to throw it out than to vacuum. A plush and monochromatic, all-blue media lounge/screening room has state-of-the-art projection system while a separate structure contains a “gym/spa” where the unfairly attractive couple keeps their bodies fit, trim and camera ready. There’s also a two-story “car collector’s garage with elevated lift” and a “speak easy” style card room. Vast walls of glass in most rooms provide panoramic mountain and canyon views and slide open to charcoal colored flagstone terracing, a swimming pool with nearby spa set into a grassy patch, and a lighted tennis court converted to a basketball court.

Popular on Variety

“The Voice” judge and the his currently preggers Victoria Secret model wife, Behati Prinsloo, additionally maintain a quintessential New York City loft on a cobblestone street in a classic cast-iron boutique building in the bustling heart of Soho that was purchased in August 2014 for $4.5 million — shortly after their star-studded wedding in Mexico — and put up for sale in April of this year — the month after it was announced they’re expecting a baby — at $5.5 million. Online listings for the 2,800-square-foot boho-glam one-bedroom and two-bathroom loft show it is currently in contract to be sold for an unknown amount to an unknown buyer.

Listing photos: Westside Estate Agency

More Dirt

  • Calvin Harris House Los Angeles

    Calvin Harris Finally Unloads Zen-Inspired Sunset Strip Mansion

    More than four years after he first put the property up for sale, wildly successful Scottish DJ Calvin Harris has finally succeeded in unloading his sleek L.A. compound. Tucked into the lower Hollywood Hills just above the iconic Sunset Strip, the “zen-inspired” oasis features a 4,100 sq. ft. main house, a two-story detached guesthouse, and [...]

  • Jeff Zucker House New York City

    Jeff Zucker Lists New York Co-Op

    Veteran entertainment executive and CNN honcho Jeff Zucker has decided to part with his ultra-luxe cooperative unit in a handsome, prewar apartment house on a plum corner of New York City’s Upper East Side. The VIP price tag of $17.5 million is a small fortune more than the $12.3 million that tax records show the [...]

  • Luka Jones House Los Angeles

    Luka Jones’ Los Feliz City-View Perch for Sale

    Actor Luka Jones, known for his quirky roles in film and on television, is looking to shed his hillside home in Los Angeles’ Los Feliz area for not quite $1.15 million. Jones, who starred in the positively critiqued but short-lived sci-fi comedy “People of Earth” and currently portrays a sweet if slovenly and messy-bearded boyfriend [...]

  • Steven Yeun House Pasadena

    Steven Yeun Snags Pasadena Architectural

    “Walking Dead” star Steven Yeun has upgraded his residential circumstances in Los Angeles with the nearly $3.3 million purchase of a mid-century architectural in a hilly neighborhood of affluent Pasadena. All but invisible behind a high wall, secured gates and a visually impenetrable wall of foliage, the bilevel residence spans more than 3,600 square feet [...]

  • Luc Besson Charlton Heston House Beverly

    Luc Besson Seeks $14.9 Million for Charlton Heston's Longtime Estate

    For only the second time since it was commissioned in 1959, the former Los Angeles compound of the late Hollywood icon Charlton Heston has popped up for sale. Designed by modernist architect William S. Beckett, the Oscar-winning “Ben-Hur” star lived in the strikingly angular house for nearly a half-century, until his 2008 death. Tucked high [...]

  • Nile Niami House Los Angeles

    Lender Takes Over Nile Niami's $38 Million Opus Estate, Plots to Resell

    Earlier this week, Nile Niami announced he had sold his infamous Opus estate in Beverly Hills. Originally listed at $100 million, the 20,000 sq. ft. mega-mansion went for “about $40 million” in a deal involving both the property and various pricey accessories, which were sold separately. The total value of the transaction, according to Niami — [...]

  • Anthony Hopkins House

    Anthony Hopkins Asks $11.5 Million for Bluff-Top Malibu Estate

    The Malibu, Calif., estate of Welsh-born Tinseltown treasure Sir Anthony Hopkins has come up for sale with The Agency’s Santiago Arana at $11.5 million. Tax records and other online documentation show the 1992 Oscar winning “Silence of the Lambs” star, who as subsequently been nominated for four more Oscars, most recently earlier this year for [...]

More From Our Brands

Access exclusive content