The Voice coach and his wife, model Behati Prinsloo, bought the home five months ago for $18 million, and they had listed the property at $18.9 million before accepting the offer. The buyer is reportedly paying in cash.
Levine and Prinsloo are currently preparing for the birth of their second child
The singer also has a Beverly Hills mansion on the market for $15.9 million.
Keep scrolling for more photos of the gorgeous home.
The home was described in the listing as a “majestic French Regency Estate,” Variety shares, and is positioned down a long driveway offering privacy from prying paparazzi.
A double set of Regency-style front doors open into a circular foyer with a dazzling chandelier and black and white checkerboard marble flooring.
Located in Los Angeles' lavish Holmby Hills neighborhood, the 5 bedroom, 5.5 bath home was stripped down by the couple in preparation for remodeling and sits on a 1.2-acre lot.
Listing agent Kurt Rappaport of Westside Estate Agency told Mansion Global that Levine decided he “doesn’t have the time for a renovation." As a result, the home was listed as an opportunity to remodel and redevelop a very “prestigious location in the city."
The dining room has its own set of floor-to-ceiling sliding doors to let residents right out into the garden. The room also has an adjoining breakfast room with a semi-circular wall of windows.
A blush-colored home office includes paneled walls, built-in bookcases, a walk-in wet bar, fireplace and floor-to-ceiling sliding doors.
The home is nestled in a lush group of palm trees, further accenting the California vibe. The new owner will be able to take in a view overlooking the Los Angeles Country Club and the Century City skyline.
Like many L.A. homes, this one features a large pool and lots of space to lounge outside. The quatrefoil-shaped pool is surrounded by travertine terracing and enough chairs to accommodate plenty of guests.