Maroon 5 frontman and ‘The Voice’ judge Adam Levine has just bought himself a new little ditty – a $4.8 million-dollar home in the Beverly Hills area.
Levine’s rocking new Beverly Hills pad is a historic estate with panoramic canyon views located atop the famed tennis court row of Benedict Canyon. The property clocks in at 3.6+ acres and the actual home is situated on over 1 flat acre. Known as the “Benedict House,” this property offers complete privacy and seclusion behind the gates of Wallingford Estates, a community of about 14 homes.
As the anchor property of the Wallingford development, it remains the prized gem of the neighborhood. Located down an incredibly long, private, gated driveway with a large circular motor court, Benedict House was called “a perfect family home” in the listing information. Should Adam not be content with the existing property, his new home sits on a wonderful site with more than enough room to build a 20,000 square foot house. The existing 6,500+ square foot ranch home and guest house consists of 6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms and is meticulously maintained. The house boasts an enchanting living room, formal dining room, cooks kitchen and family room. It’s also got a spare den/office, and an expansive studio space which can be easily adapted to a screening room, music studio, or extra bedroom space.
Looks like the perpetual bachelor has just bought himself the perfect family home.