Property records obtained by The Real Estalker reveal the three-time Grammy winning singer/songwriter made just over $300,000 on the sale of the four bedroom, two bathroom ranch-style residence.
The home was featured in the March 2012 issue of Architectural Digest, in which the 34-year-old showcased his unique style, describing the villa as being “Hollywood without being ‘Hollywood.'”
Unfortunately for the buyer, it’s unlikely that Levine’s furniture was part of the deal.
A peak around the home reveals The Voice judge’s amazing taste: Set against a backdrop of concrete floors and rosewood paneling throughout, there are art works by Jean-Michel Basquiat and Andy Warhol, a 1920s Persian rug, vintage guitars, a portrait of Dr Dre and Snoop Dogg and a Philippe Starck designed bedside lamp shaped like an AK-47.
“Furnishing a home is no different than going into the studio and making music,” Levine told the magazine.
“You want to make sure you¹ve pared down all the extra details so that in the end, every stitch has a context uniquely yours.”
As for the home itself, it has sweeping views of Hollywood from a terrace that meanders along the back of the house and leads you to an oval-shaped swimming pool with a smaller, plunge-sized rectangle pool and adjoining spa.