Ellen and Portia flip Adam Levine’s former mansion for $47M
Celeb investor pair listed Beverly Hills spread for $54M last month
Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi have found a buyer for Adam Levine’s former Beverly Hills mansion, a month after putting it on the market.
The celebrity luxury real estate investors sold the 10,000-square-foot mansion for $47 million, according to the Wall Street Journal. The buyer is not known.
DeGenres and de Rossi bought the property from the Maroon 5 frontman in May 2019 for $42.5 million, renovated it and put it back on the market in March for $53.5 million.
The property totals about an acre on Loma Vista Drive. The ivy-draped mansion has five bedrooms and nine bathrooms. There is a full-size tennis court — the property was once owned by tennis great Pete Sampras — as well as a putting green in the backyard. There is also a guesthouse.
Westside Estate Agency’s Kurt Rappaport represented DeGeneres and de Rossi in the deal.
It’s DeGeneres and de Rossi’s first flip since December, when they sold a nine-acre estate in Montecito for $33 million. They paid $27 million for that property in early 2019.
Their most recent acquisition came in September, when the pair paid comedian Dennis Miller around $49 million for a four-acre estate in Montecito.
Also in the Santa Barbara enclave, Levine and his wife Behati Prinsloo picked up a five-acre estate in for $23 million in March.
[WSJ] — Dennis Lynch