Hot Property | Adam Levine sets price for Beverly Hills mansion at $47.5 million
“The Voice” coach Adam Levine and wife Behati Prinsloo are seeking $46.5 million for their Beverly Hills home of about a year.
Steel-framed doors and windows, paneled walls and monochromatic hues are among features of note.
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.
The house sits on more than an acre of grounds and has an oval-shaped swimming pool, a putting green and a tennis court.(Berlyn Photography)
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.
The compound was built in 1990 and offers a total of 9 bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms and 10,200 square feet of living space.(Chris Fox)
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.(Chris Fox)
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.
The brick-lined mansion, built in 1926, was used as a Russian consulate from 1935 to the early 1950s.
Built in 1926, the three-story house features a dramatic entrance gallery filled with handsome inlaid wood floors and original detailing.(Anthony Barcelo)