Everybody has a change of heart about something in their lives at some point in time. Whether it's something as simple as changing your mind about what you want to eat for dinner, or important as changing your line of work; it happens to all of us. Adam Levine is clearly no different, because he just sold his lavish Holmby Hills mansion, just 5 months after he bought it.
Back in August, Adam Levine and his wife, Behati Prinsloo, bought a mansion located in the Holmby Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles for $18 million. The 9,200 square foot mansion, which was designed in 1966 by Caspar Ehmecke, features 5 bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, along with a garden-view breakfast solarium, scaled formal rooms, along with an office/den. But it appears that the couple had a change of heart about their purchase, because they just sold the property for exactly the same amount they bought it for; $18 million.
According to TMZ, Levine is in escrow on the property, and the purchase will be finalized within the coming week. Levine's realtor, Kurt Rappaport, handled the house's sale. The "Moves Like Jagger" singer and his wife originally listed the property for $18.9 million late last month, but decided to take $18 million because the buyer will be paying entirely in cash.
As for the reason why Levine decided to sell his mansion just months after buying? The house needs a lot of construction work, and because he and his wife are expecting another child, they don't want to deal with the headaches the come with construction.
And Levine may not be done with his real estate wheeling and dealing. He is also selling the Beverly Hills home he lived in prior to marrying Behati for $15.95 million. That home is 7,100 square feet, and features 5 bedrooms, a media room, a den/library, and a gym/spa.