Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale seek $35 million for Los Angeles-area home

The marital home of singer-songwriter and fashion designer Gwen Stefani and her former husband, musician Gavin Rossdale, is being offered for sale outside of the Multiple Listing Service for $35 million.

Found within a small guard-gated enclave just north of Beverly Hills, the contemporary estate was once owned by actress-singer Jennifer Lopez. Lopez reportedly married singer Marc Anthony on the grounds in 2004 before selling the property later that year for about $10.95 million.

Stefani and Rossdale, who divorced earlier this year, bought the house in 2006 for $13.25 million, records show.

Under their ownership, the house has gained an over-the-top vibe that carries through the entire 11,845 square feet of living space. Light and bright interiors have been outfitted with a range of unusual patterns, color accents and modern decor.

Among the eye-catching details is a formal entry with abstract black-and-white floors, a formal dining room with an artful accent wall and three centerpiece wall fireplaces set within ribboned stone. In the kitchen, black-and-white striped cabinetry runs floor-to-ceiling and lends visual interest to the space.

Other features include a theater room, a gym and a pair of offices. Including a guesthouse, there are seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms.

Outdoors, the two-acre grounds invite entertaining with a covered lounge, a patio with a wet bar and an infinity-edge swimming pool and spa. A lighted tennis court, a playground, a chicken coop, lawns and formal landscaping complete the grounds.

Although the area containing the estate carries a 90210 ZIP Code, the L.A. Times Mapping Database identifies the area as part of Studio City.

Stefani, 47, gained fame as a co-founder and lead vocalist for the band No Doubt. She has won three Grammys, including two for the songs “”Hey Baby” and “Underneath It All.” She is returning to the TV competition series “The Voice” as a coach for the upcoming season.

Rossdale, 50, is a lead singer and guitarist for the rock band Bush. The band has released six studio albums, most recently “Man on the Run” in 2014.

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