Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo Are Selling Their Remodelled Estate For an Astounding Price
Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo listed their Beverly Hills home for a steep price tag back in June. The Maroon 5 leading man and Victoria's Secret Angel originally offered up the property for $23.2 million — nearly four times the original buying price, making the initial purchase of $6.4 million look like chump change. But, after several months on the market and zero bites, they've reconsidered, dropping the price down to $21.2 million. While not exactly a bargain, the price drop is nothing to scoff at. The duo also recently listed their 260-square-metre loft in NYC but has since pulled the space off the market to instead sell the lavish Beverly Hills home to a qualified buyer. While you might think that practically quadrupling the original asking price is a stretch, the property is deserving of a hefty price tag. Adam purchased the home in October of 2012, and the couple has made plenty of visible upgrades to the 607-square-metre property since. The estate, which spans nearly 3.66 acres, has been rebuilt into a modern dream home featuring an architectural redesign by Mark Haddawy, a full-sized tennis court, dramatic great room, gym, spa, and two-story car collector's garage. As the couple prepares to start their new family, we can only imagine what property they will purchase next! Look through for a shot of their extravagantly remodelled home.