Adam Levine Allegedly Bought An Historic Beverly Hills Mansion For $4.83 Million
Adam Levine allegedly bought a mansion in Beverly Hills for $4.83 million. The Voice judge had supposedly been shopping for a new pad for quite awhile before finding his dream home.
The Real Estate Stalker claims that Levine placed his Los Feliz home as a pocket listing in September and then stepped-up his house hunt. The Maroon 5 lead singer allegedly found exactly what he was looking for in the upscale 90210 zip code.
The historic Benedict House is situated in a gated and private community, according to Zillow. The hilltop homes is reportedly very secluded and at the end of an equally private and gated driveway. Levine’s supposed new mansion also boasts an extremely large motor court.
Adam Levine’s alleged new home reportedly boasts six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. Benedict House was built in 1940 and has fortunately retained much of the architectural charm often associated with the time period. The historic mansion is adorned with wood floors and tall ceiling.
The Voice judge’s new digs favor more of a classic style than a bachelor-pad demeanor. Levine took great pains to transform his Los Feliz home into an Architectural Digest-worthy showcase, according to Zillow.
The Benedict House also features a tennis court, swimming pool and spa, as well as a detached guest house. Adam Levine’s supposed new mansion also boasts 6,539 square feet of living space, the Los Angeles Times notes. The 33-year-old singer’s rumored new mansion is reportedly situated on 3.6 acres of prime Beverly Hills real estate.