In the always-fascinating world of celebrity real estate, Matt Damon just bought the most expensive apartment ever for sale in Brooklyn, while on the West Coast, his pal Ben Affleck and ex-wife Jennifer Garner just pocketed a cool $32 million for their old home in Pacific Palisades, California.
Who can afford such a large purchase? Another star, naturally! The new buyer of Ben and Jen's 16,000-square-foot house and three-acre property is none other than Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine, who presumably will be moving in with wife Behati Prinsloo and their two children, Gio Grace and Dusty Rose Levine. And he got it for a steal, actually, since it was originally listed for $45 million. The property has also previously belonged to actor Gregory Peck and Hollywood producer Brian Grazer.
Levine and his family will get to enjoy not only the main house (which has five bedrooms and four bathrooms) and amenities such as a swimming pool, gym, basketball court, art studio, and private movie theater, but there's also a two-bedroom guest house. And with that much space to play with, they can totally make it their own — perhaps with a recording studio for the next Maroon 5 album or a soundstage for the band to rehearse before their world tours.
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