After just a little over a year, the Beverly Hills mansion that Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine and wife Behati Prinsloo bought for $35.5 million is being put back on the market. And this time around, they're looking for $47.5 million for the home – a tidy profit even when you factor in the $7 million that TMZ reports the couple invested in a total remodel over the course of the last year.
The house is the third Beverly Hills house that real estate dabbler Levine has sold in the last couple years. Interestingly, last year he sold one of those homes to none other than John Mayer, and his current listing was purchased from Max Mutchnick, creator of the hit sitcom Will & Grace. And the house also has a regulation tennis court courtesy of another of its previous owners: Tennis legend Pete Sampras.
Described as both a "[o]nce in a lifetime opportunity to acquire one of the most spectacular homes in Beverly Hills" and "an absolutely spectacular property" in its real estate listing, the mansion measures in at 10,376 square feet with five bedrooms and an impressive 12 baths. It sits on an expansive park-like slice of Beverly Hills' famous Loma Vista Drive, and has amenities like a gym, spa, big resort-style swimming pool, a professional grade home theater room, a massive 2,000-square-foot master suite, and even a guest house just outside. And about that remodel earlier? It was purportedly done by "one of the top designers in the world," as reflected by the $7 million Levine and Prinsloo reportedly spent on it.
And if you're concerned about what their living situation will be now for some reason, not to worry: The couple recently bought a $32 million Pacific Palisades home from Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner – no word, yet, of course, if they're planning on flipping that one too.