Hot Property | Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo
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Hot Property | Adam Levine sets price for Beverly Hills mansion at $47.5 million

Hot Property | Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo

“The Voice” coach Adam Levine and wife Behati Prinsloo are seeking $46.5 million for their Beverly Hills home of about a year.

 

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Hot Property | Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo

Steel-framed doors and windows, paneled walls and monochromatic hues are among features of note.

 

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Hot Property | Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo

The gated estate, which was updated by the celebrity couple, was previously owned by tennis star Pete Sampras and, later, “Will & Grace” creator Max Mutchnick.

 

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Hot Property | Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo

The house sits on more than an acre of grounds and has an oval-shaped swimming pool, a putting green and a tennis court.

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Hot Property | Michael Chang

The Coto de Caza home of former tennis pro Michael Chang encompasses more than 9.5 acres with two homes, hard and clay tennis courts, three putting greens and a lagoon-style swimming pool.

 

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Hot Property | Michael Chang

The compound was built in 1990 and offers a total of 9 bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms and 10,200 square feet of living space.

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Hot Property | Michael Chang

Highlights include an expansive living and dining area, a chef’s kitchen and a spacious loft. Upstairs, the master suite offers a dual-sided fireplace, wet bar and two walk-in closets before expanding to a deck.

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Hot Property | Michael Feinstein

Entertainer Michael Feinstein and his husband updated and restored the Tudor Revival-style home during their two decades of ownership, converting the unfinished third floor to an entertainer’s space.

 

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Hot Property | Michael Feinstein

The brick-lined mansion, built in 1926, was used as a Russian consulate from 1935 to the early 1950s.

 

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Hot Property | Michael Feinstein

Built in 1926, the three-story house features a dramatic entrance gallery filled with handsome inlaid wood floors and original detailing.

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