Turns out pay telephones aren’t the main return thing Adam Levine’s been missing. The Maroon 5 frontman and judge on “The Voice” simply spent $18 million for a manor in Los Angeles. In light of the posting photographs, it surely appears like a relic from another time.
The house is situated in Holmby Hills and was initially recorded for $27.5 million out of 2016, per the Wall Street Journal. The 9,200-square-foot home sits on 1.2 sections of land and components perspectives of the Los Angeles Country Club and the Century City horizon. It has five rooms, five and a half washrooms, a pool, cabana, visitor house, “postmodern kitchen” and “stunning marble slated lavatories.” Uh, beyond any doubt.
Levine and his Victoria’s Secret model spouse, Behati Prinsloo, sold their Soho hang a year ago for $5.5 million after just three months available.
Linda May of Hilton and Hyland had the posting.
Look on to visit whatever remains of the LA manor.