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Adam Levine Puts Beautiful Beverly Hills Home on Market for $47.5 Million


Adam Levine

Lists Beautiful Bev Hills Estate

For $47.5 MILLION

4/17/2019 11:59 AM PDT

EXCLUSIVE

Adam Levine‘s back in business — the luxury house-flipping business — and he’s looking to make millions on his incredible home in Beverly Hills.

The Maroon 5 frontman and his wife, Behati Prinsloo, bought the massive pad from “Will and Grace” creator Max Mutchnick just over a year ago for a cool $35.5 million … and just put it back on the market.

We’re told the couple put $7 million into a complete remodel with a world-famous designer and are now listing it at $47.5 mil. Do the math … pretty nice profit for a year’s work.

The estate — listed by super real estate agent Kurt Rappaport — is located on an iconic street in Bev Hills and is over 10,000 square feet of awesomeness … including a gym, spa, guest house, resort-like pool, 2 kitchens (one just for the chef), a professional screening room, 12 bathrooms and 5 bedrooms … including a 2,000 sq. ft master suite.

Oh, and Pete Sampras used to live there too, so it also comes with the famous tennis court he installed.

We broke the story … Adam and Behati recently bought Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner‘s former home in the Pacific Palisades for $32 mil, so don’t worry about them being homeless.

Real estate is kind of a thing for Levine — he sold 2 other homes last year in Beverly Hills … including one to John Mayer for $13.5 mil.

No word if any celebs are interested in Adam’s new one yet … but we’re sure Rappaport will get a ton of calls.



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