Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo’s $5.5M Soho Loft Finds a Buyer in Less Than Three Months

Posted On Thu, June 30, 2016 By

Posted On Thu, June 30, 2016 By In Celebrities, Cool Listings, Soho

The 2,800-square-foot Soho loft at 112 Green Street belonging to Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine and supermodel Behati Prinsloo has already been sold at its asking price, the Observer reports. 6sqft took a look at the pretty pad belonging to the new-parents-to-be when it was listed at $5.5 million–$1 million more than they bought it for two years ago. The loft, offered complete with its casual-contemporary mix of furniture–is a picture of downtown perfection with unspoiled original details like cast-iron columns, classic loft radiators, exposed brick and 13-foot tin ceilings. The rocker also just listed his 7,100-square-foot Beverly Hills estate for $17.5 million, so we’re assuming the head-turning pair are on the hunt for a more family-friendly space.

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A private elevator opens into the living space with its arched brickwork and those huge columns. The current decor is a mix of boho-decadent (velvets and oriental rugs) and modern-playful (there’s a Playboy pinball machine, a juke box and a pool table).

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The loft-style kitchen occupies a cozy little corner; the adjacent dining area features a Prairie-style table set.

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There’s only one bedroom (no place for a nursery), but the master suite (check out Behati’s hat collection–which we assume isn’t part of the sale–in the closet) and bath are suitably luxurious.

[Listing: 112 Greene Street, #3 by Adam Mahfouda and Jeff Yohai of Oxford Property Group]

[At CityRealty]

[Via NYO]


Images courtesy of Oxford Property Group

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