This week in celebrity real estate: Adam Levine dances into Holmby Hills estate, Alanis gives a peace sign to Brentwood … and more

Behati Prinsloo, Adam Levine and Alanis Morissette (Getty Images/MLS)
Behati Prinsloo, Adam Levine and Alanis Morissette (Getty Images/MLS)

Celebrities are busting out their best moves this week from musician Adam Levine dancing like Jagger in Holmby Hills to Basketball Hall of Fame inductee Joe Dumars banking a shot at a new home court in Beverly Hills.   

Levine and his wife, model Behati Prinsloo, scooped up a French Regency-style home for $18 million – a steal considering the property’s original asking price of $27.5 million.
The 9,221-square-foot home has five bedrooms and six bathrooms and abuts the Los Angeles Country Club. It also has a “breakfast solarium” and separate two-story guesthouse.
Linda May of Hilton & Hyland had the listing. Kurt Rappaport of Westside Estate Agency represented the buyer.

Fellow crooner Alanis Morissette kept one hand in her pocket with the other one “giving a peace sign” to her Brentwood home of more than 20 years.
Morissette listed the 5,152-square-foot property with an asking price of $5.5 million. The two-story home has seven bedrooms and six bathrooms on a more than half-acre lot with an outdoor swimming pool and sports court.
Joe Babajian of Rodeo Realty has the listing.

Sign Up for the undefined Newsletter

By signing up, you agree to TheRealDeal Terms of Use and acknowledge the data practices in our Privacy Policy.

Gregory Bonann, co-creator of “Baywatch,” is running (in sexy-slow motion) away from the sandy shores of Malibu. The television producer and longtime Los Angeles lifeguard listed his Hawaii-inspired pad for $8.9 million.
Bonann picked up the four-story home for $1 million in 1999. The 3,121-square-foot property has four bedrooms and four bathrooms with a grotto-style spa area and large entertainment deck.
Diane Everett of Coldwell Banker Global Luxury has the listing.

Meanwhile, fashion designer Hiroki Nakamura will be saving men from making poor fashion choices from his new Hollywood Hills abode. The brains behind Japanese cult menswear label Visvim purchased the Richard Neutra-designed Schaarman House for $7.5 million.
The 3,378-square-foot home has four bedrooms and four bathrooms with an entry garden reflection pool and a separate one-bedroom guest house.
Brett Lawyer of Hilton & Hyland and Aaron Kirman of John Aaroe Group had the listing. Brian Courville and JB Fung of John Aaroe Group represented the buyer.

Taking center court is retired NBA player Joe Dumars, who scored a win at the Legacy Beverly Hills.
Dumars, who was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 2006, inked a lease for a penthouse at the luxury condominium property just south of the Golden Triangle.
While the lease price could not be confirmed, listing details show asking rates for the two penthouses have ranged from $10,000 to $12,000 per month.
Built in 2016, the condo building has a 2,341-square-foot penthouse and a 2,206-square-foot penthouse. Both units offer two bedrooms and two bathrooms with a den and private balcony.
Lee Mintz of Partners Trust represented Dumars. Mintz and colleague Rick Ojeda are also the listing agents for the owner.