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Inside Adam Levine’s $51 million Pacific Palisades mansion

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Longtime “The Voice” coach Adam Levine and his family recently traded a $51 million mansion in the Pacific Palisades for a new $52 million home in Montecito, property records show. The Maroon 5 frontman and his wife Behati Prinsloo have been very active in the Hollywood real estate market in recent years.

“Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo made quick work of selling their 1930s LA home for $51 million, less than two months after listing it for $57.5 million,” reported TopTenRealEstateDeals.com . “Adam and Behati bought Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner’s 9,000-square-foot home in 2018 for $32 million — a profit of $19 million. Levine is one of Hollywood’s most prolific celebrity home flippers, with eight houses as of 2012.” The house was listed at $57.5 million.

According to property records, Levine, Prinsloo and their children have moved several times. They lived in a $5.8 million Montecito home, which they sold for $28.5 million in 2021. They also sold a Beverly Hills home in 2019 for $42.5 million. This home was purchased by Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi, according to popular real estate website Dirt.

In September 2021, Levine told Vogue of her Pacific Palisades home, “We didn’t want a palatial McMansion. We’re just not.” Prinsloo added: “We were attracted to this place because it felt homey. You could tell that children had lived here before.”

Levine added, “Beverly Hills was just starting to feel rushed. It’s oddly central so we felt surrounded by the city. We wanted to live in a quieter place where you don’t hear the traffic and don’t feel the stress.”

In 2021, Levine and Prinsloo Architectural Digest gave a tour of their former Pacific Palisades home, including a video of them walking through the home and showing their design choices.

According to Dirt, the home sits on more than 3 acres, has a seven-bedroom main house and a three-bedroom guest house, and a separate building that houses a yoga studio, office, and gym. Dirt wrote, “As for the main house, it features 9,000 square feet of elegant, modern yet inviting living space, complete with plaster walls, natural light wood floors and high ceilings. Glittering amenities range from a Dolby Digital cinema/arcade to the aforementioned exercise facility and cozy family room with wet bar. Glass walls also offer seamless indoor and outdoor environments, not to mention the breathtaking views that stretch from downtown LA to the ocean.”

During the home tour, Levine described the Pacific Palisades home as “super cozy” and perfect for her two young daughters. Prinsloo said during the video tour, “Adam usually takes the driver’s seat when making design decisions. He stays up all night looking at furniture and houses. He should become an interior designer himself.”

According to TopTenRealEstateDeals.com, Levin and Prinsloo moved to Montecito from the Pacific Palisades and bought Rob Lowe’s former home for $51 million. Spread over 3.5 acres, the home was specially designed for Lowe and his family. Lowe sold the home in 2019 and it was remodeled before Levine and his wife bought it, according to TopTenRealEstateDeals.

“The 10,000-square-foot Georgian Colonial-style home was built in 2009 and designed by architect Don Nulty to resemble Lowe’s birthplace of Charlottesville, Virginia. Decor is a bright white interior with views of the California sun and Pacific Ocean. The home features six bedrooms, eleven bathrooms, large open formal spaces, a huge white and cheery family kitchen, separate catering kitchen, wine room, multiple living and dining areas, professional theater and an expansive master suite .

The home also includes “a full outdoor living room with a wood burning fireplace, a koi pond, a large swimming pool, a tennis court with a viewing area, and rolling lawns and gardens large enough for team sports with mature oak trees and a vegetable garden.” Also on site are a swimming pool and spa, a two bedroom guest house, a one bedroom pool house with staff quarters and an outdoor kitchen,” according to TopTenRealEstateDeals.com.

Levine is no stranger to opening the doors of his home to fans. Levine, then 25, and Maroon 5 guitarist James Valentine appeared on MTV’s “Cribs” to show off their Los Angeles home. While the Pacific Palisades mansion exuded a family vibe, his LA home in 2004 was much more of a bachelor pad.

Levine and Prinsloo also previously owned a loft in New York’s SoHo neighborhood. They sold this apartment in 2016 when Prinsloo was expecting their first child, according to Curbed. According to Curbed, the couple bought the 2,800-square-foot loft for $4.5 million in 2014.

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