Adam Levine of Maroon 5 fame and his wife, model Behati Prinsloo, are on the move again.
Their Beverly Hills home, built in 1933, is long on star appeal, having been previously owned by “Will & Grace” creator Max Mutchnick and, before him, tennis star Pete Sampras.
Set on more than an acre of grounds, the gated estate centers on a grand Traditional-style house of nearly 10,400 square feet. Built in 1933 and recently remodeled, the classic two-story features custom steel-framed doors and windows, hardwood floors and paneled walls painted various monochromatic hues.
The formal dining room, dressed in a milky white, has a wet bar. There are two kitchens, each equipped with islands and high-end appliances. Another bar sits off a screening room. There’s also a gym.
Including a separate guest house, the home offers a total of five bedrooms and 12 bathrooms.
Outside, the landscaped property has space for entertaining in the form of a paver patio with a built-in barbecue and a fire pit. An oval-shaped swimming pool sits below the patio area. Elsewhere is a tennis court.
Kurt Rappaport of Westside Estate Agency holds the listing.
Levine, 40, is the lead vocalist and guitarist for Maroon 5. The Grammy-winning pop-rock group has hits that include "She Will Be Loved," "This Love" and "Moves Like Jagger." The group's last album, "V" (2014), sold more than 2 million copies worldwide.
Since 2010, he has appeared as a coach/judge on the singing-competition series "The Voice."