Chrissy Teigen and John Legend Buy Brand-New Beverly Hills Mansion

Things are taking place quickly for John Legend and Chrissy Teigen, who offered off their Beverly Hills home shortly after noting it for $23.95 million in August. It wasnt long after that the super star couple secured a freshly developed $17.5 million mansion in the Benedict Canyon location of Beverly Hills. Set on a knoll ignoring the city, the 10,700-square-foot JB Builders-developed residential or commercial property boasts a sleek, modern-day design, with 24-foot-tall ceilings and moving glass walls. A 6,600-square-foot landscaped motor court fronts the house and opens onto a sun-drenched entranceway framed by a glass-lined staircase. The main living location consists of an official dining area and a more casual household room separated by a double-sided, floor-to-ceiling fireplace. An enviable gourmet kitchen is ideal for Teigens culinary exploits, with state-of-the-art Miele appliances, 2 beautiful center islands and a sleek marble reflective wall. In fact, bespoke marble and wood details are plentiful throughout the home.Fans of the Cravings cookbook author should keep an eye out for this cooking area on her Instagram.
Other spaces consist of a stylish workplace with walnut drifting racks, a 500-square-foot house theater with stadium seating, a bar and lounge with mahogany accents, and a 300-bottle, temperature-controlled wine cellar. Out back, theres a 100-foot saltwater infinity swimming pool, a sunken fire pit, and a swimming pool house.Discover ADVERTISEMENT PROThe ultimate resource for design market professionals, brought to you by the editors of Architectural DigestArrowTeigen, who is presently pregnant with the couples 3rd kid, has been ordered to be on bed rest, but that hasnt stopped the supermodel from sharing looks into the couples house life. Recently, she shared a handful of snapshots from the rental home theyve been staying in while their new place was in escrow, what could possibly be their new house, where she discussed a project with Legend and interior designer Jake Arnold while reclining in bed.