Have a Look Inside Adam Levine’s Hollywood Hills Home

A Look inside Adam’s Hollywood Hills Home

The gated home, known as Benedict House, sits at the end of a long driveway in coveted Wallingford Estates, an exclusive community of just 14 homes. The interior has been completely redone and offers plenty of extras, such as a gourmet kitchen, a screening room, a separate spa/ gym, a two-story collector’s garage with a lift and elevator, a huge pool, and a championship-sized tennis court. It also has a hidden, “speak easy”-style card room.

Before becoming a dad, Adam, like many Hollywood stars, chose to give Architectural Digest an in-depth look at his home. Now, it’s your turn to catch a glimpse of the 1940s era home, which has undergone extensive renovations, including tearing down walls and adding rosewood paneling, concrete floors, and Carrara marble. Let’s get started.

1. A View from the Front

Let’s be honest. This rambling ranch sitting at the end of a circular driveway probably isn’t what you were expecting when you heard the home had a $15.9 million price tag. However, you have to remember it is a huge home that has been completely renovated and sits on a large plot of land in a highly sought after area of LA. Plus, it overlooks Benedict Canyon and offers unrivaled views of the city below.

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