Courtney Allan


Obsessed with property! Ellen DeGeneres buys $66 million Beverly Hills mansion

Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi have opened their colossal cheque book again to buy Adam Levine’s $66 million mansion.

The Maroon 5 singer and his Victoria Secret model wife Behati Prinsloo lived in the home for just one year before offloading the Beverly Hills mansion in LA.

The sprawling 10,376 square foot home is a five-bedroom, 12-bathroom property and seems to be the perfect addition to DeGeneres’ growing collection of pricy real estate.

Levine reportedly sank $11.5 million into upgrading the home during the 12 months he owned it.

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It’s unsure what DeGeneres and de Rossi plan on doing with the mansion, but the final deal was just a couple of million short of Levine's $68.3 million asking price. It was well above the $48 million the Maroon 5 frontman and The Voice USA judge paid for the home.

The property was built in 1933 in the traditional American vernacular style of the time and the three-storey home has crown moulding in many of the common living areas on the first floor.

There are also multiple areas for lounging in the backyard around the in-ground pool.

Scroll through the gallery above to take a tour inside the $66 million Beverly Hills mansion.

Photo credits: Mansion Global