Before becoming the family man he is today, Adam Levine was your typical bachelor with a not so typical bachelor pad (and a long list of supermodel girlfriends). Instead of a small house with a huge leather couch, massive TV taking up an entire wall, and a mismatched assortment of hand-me-down furniture, Adam’s bachelor pad was a 7,100 sq. ft. ranch-style, immaculately refurbished and professionally decorated home perched in the Hollywood Hills.
A Quick Rundown of Adam’s L.A. Properties
Today, he still owns the home mentioned above that he originally purchased for $4.83 million in 2012, but he put it on the market for a mere $17.5 million in 2016, with plans of moving on to a house better suited to his growing family (and to make a massive profit).
By the way, this isn’t Adam’s only LA property. He and wife, Behati Prinsloo, purchased a Holmby Hills home in August 2017, but relisted the property in November 2017 for $18.9 million after deciding they didn’t have time for a massive renovation with a second child on the way. Incidentally, they happened to sell the second home for $18 million (exactly what they paid for it) around the same time their daughter, Geo Grace Levine, was born just a few days ago.
So, where does this leave the family of four, which also includes 1-year-old Dusty Rose? Well, they still have Adam’s old bachelor pad. In fact, he and Behati opted to take it off the market in early 2017 and they have yet to purchase another home in LA. With a new season of The Voice scheduled to start in the next week, it’s almost certain that the entire family is currently living in LA. This means that it is entirely possible that they are living in the 5-bedroom, 7-bathroom home that sits on 3.66 acres. Of course, they may not be there long because the house went back on the market in November 2017 with an asking price of $15.9 million.