The Voice’s Adam Levine and model Behati Prinsloo have only owned this Holmby Hills estate for a few months, but they’re already planning to move on.
Variety reports that the couple have listed the five-bedroom mansion near the Los Angeles Country Club for $18.9 million—$900,000 more than they paid for it about four months ago.
The roughly 9,200-square-foot, Regency-style house was built in 1966 and designed by architect Caspar Ehmcke.
The new listing doesn’t show any interior photos, explaining that “the current structure has been taken down to the studs & is ready for a top designer to step in & complete.” (The listing doesn’t rule out a total redevelopment either.)
Photos from the previous listing showed high ceilings, and bright, open spaces in the interior of the residence.
The estate’s grounds measure 1.2 acres, and include a swimming pool, a cabana, and a two-story guest house.
Levine’s updated midcentury house in Beverly Hills is still up for grabs. It’s been sitting on the market since last June. The five-bedroom house, which Levine purchased in 2012 for just $4.83 million, was price-chopped down to $15.95 million earlier this year, and then taken off the open market, Variety says.