Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine sold his stunning Pacific Palisades estate for an enormous $51 million. The 43-year-old, along with his model wife Behati Prinsloo, 33, cracked the third-priciest deal in Southern California, according to the Los Angeles Times. This sprawling park-like estate once was home to Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner, who sold it for a cool $31.95 million in 2018 to the ‘Girls like you’ singer. Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo put the home on the market less than two months ago for $57.5 million. They eventually made a $19 million profit despite the 11% discount. Cybertruck lead designer Franz von Holzhausen and his wife bought the splendid estate in a $51 million deal. Holzhausen is Elon Musk’s associate who has been Tesla’s chief of design since 2008. He is responsible for the allure of the Model S, Model X, Model 3, and Model Y. This gorgeous property has witnessed several high-profile owners like actor Gregory Peck and Oscar-winning producer Brian Grazer. Let’s take a look at this charming dwelling in detail:
Spanning 3 acres on the pristine pocket of the Palisades Riviera, von Holzhausen’s new estate is a typical California-style abode. It boasts a 9,000-square-foot main house
The home was initially built in the late 1930s and designed by beloved California architect Cliff May. Enveloped by lush greenery, the main house welcomes guests into airy rooms fitted with white oak floors, vaulted ceilings, and walls of glass throughout, according to Dirt.
The compound features breathtaking ten bedrooms and fourteen bathrooms. Besides the main home, there is also a guesthouse with four additional bedrooms.
The coziest corner is the family room, complete with a fireplace, a wet bar, and a Dolby Digital movie theater to watch classics, sip martinis and make memories.
This ranch-style mansion has ample indoor entertainment in place in the form of massive TVs, table tennis, arcade games, and more.
The second fireplace is found in the formal dining room, that’s the perfect venue for meals, conversations, and expansive lawn views.
Placed adjacent to the formal dining area is the beige-hued kitchen. It flaunts the La Cornue range and is massive with ample storage. One of the highlights of the kitchen is the walk-in refrigerator.
As shared in LA Times, Levine and Prinsloo showcased the home in Architectural Digest’s “Open Door” series, walking viewers through minimalist spaces filled with clean lines, plaster walls, warm wood floors, and steel windows and doors.
A well-equipped gym for fitness freaks with sprawling homes is a must-have. The third building on the property contains a gym, yoga studio, and private office.
The elegant property includes a chicken coop, a marble bar, a swimming pool, and manicured walking paths to steer the landscaped grounds outside.