Adam Levine has splashed out on a $4.83 million Beverly Hills mansion.
The Voice mentor—who has kicked off his acting career with a role in American Horror Story: Asylum—has bought the six-bedroom ’Benedict House’ in Benedict Canyon, Los Angeles, according to toofab.com.
The almost 7,000 sq ft residence sits on nearly four acres of land and comes with a large living room and family room, a cook’s kitchen, a formal dining area, an office and views of the surrounding hills and city.
Even though the house is large enough for a family, Adam recently insisted he wants to wait to become a father as he doesn’t think he would be a good parent right now.
He said: "I think I’ve got a few years before a family happens, if I’m honest.
"It’s going to happen, inevitably. I love kids and I want a family but I wouldn’t be able to be a very good father right now so I’m going to wait until I can be.
"I’ll slow it down when I have a family. I’m 33 but I’m still a baby in a lot of ways, the way that I act especially."