Update: "Project Runway" host and executive producer Heidi Klum and her husband, singer-songwriter Seal, have sold their Beverly Hills Post Office-area estate for $7 million. It came on the market in May at $6.9 million and was in escrow within two weeks.
The more than 9,000-square-foot house sits behind gates on more than 4 acres. Features include a glass-enclosed wine vault in the dining room, a wood-paneled library, six bedrooms and 91/2 bathrooms. A tennis court and swimming pool are among the outdoor amenities.
Klum, 39, also has been a star and executive producer of the TV series "Seriously Funny Kids" (2011) and "Models of the Runway" (2009-10). After 13 years as a model for Victoria's Secret, the former Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue cover girl is now the face of Astor, a European cosmetics brand.
Seal, 48, won three of his four Grammys for his hit "Kiss From a Rose," from the soundtrack to "Batman Forever" (1995). He shared his fourth this year in the pop collaboration with vocals category for "Imagine."
Public records show the property was bought in 2005 for $7.6 million.
Lynn Teschner of Coldwell Banker, Beverly Hills South, was the listing agent. Debby Berg and Mike Syre of the John Aaroe Group represented the buyer.