In January 2008, Adele broke into the music scene With his first album, 19and the chart-topping song “Hometown Glory”, which he reportedly wrote while living in the same apartment as his mother in south London. Now, more than a decade later, her story of her humble beginnings is even more poignant considering how far the British singer has come. In the years since she won her first Grammy Award (for Best New Artist), Adele has received countless awards and accoladesHe has a real estate portfolio to match his growing celebrity status. Today, the Easy On Me singer owns several multi-million dollar homes in the UK and US, and has rented properties in West Sussex, New York and Beverly Hills, including a mansion formerly owned by Paul McCartney. Not bad for the self-proclaimed ‘at home’ who has won countless fans for being so down-to-earth and dedicated to her profession. next one, We rounded up some Adele homes.
in 2006, Adele got a record deal He moved to an apartment in Notting Hill. Not much is known about this department, but five years later, after the success of their debut album, 19releasing his second album, Twenty oneHe decided he needed more space and more privacy. He began renting a West Sussex cottage known as Lock House, which features a 6,000-foot-tall 13-bedroom main house set on acres and acres of private woodland and rolling hills. The mansion was originally built in the early 1900s in the Victorian style, but was extended and renovated in the 1930s. art deco. Facilities include an indoor and outdoor pool, a wood-panelled lounge, a tennis court, a pavilion, and even a helipad. Adele paid about $20,000 a month to stay there.
The Adele’s first big purchase It was a village art deco $3.4 million in the seaside town of Portslade, near Brighton. She and her partner at the time, Simon Konecki, purchased the two-story residence and are said to have spent a significant amount of time and effort updating and improving the property, which includes a double-height atrium, beachfront terrace, and four bedrooms with walk-in wardrobes. room in the main room. Finally, in 2016, he sold the place for $3.7 million after moving primarily to the United States.
Also in 2012, he set his roots in London by purchasing two adjoining homes in Kensington for $7.7 and $7.3 million respectively. With plans to eventually integrate it. There were also rumors that the singer bought her mother a house in the area for about 817,000 dollars.
After several months, Adele started to think about the possibility of moving her family to the United States. While searching for the perfect home in Beverly Hills, he temporarily rented Sir Paul McCartney’s former home, a 15,000-square-foot giant with seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms, an antique bowling alley downstairs, and a massive bar and wine cellar downstairs. Low profile, perfect for meetings. It is not known how much Adele paid to rent the mansion.
While she was still searching for her dream home in Beverly Hills, Adele spent an estimated $5.2 million on a Malibu vacation home. The Mediterranean-style mansion is located on a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, and its height is endless poolAn outdoor grill and a large patio for entertaining outside. Inside, the venue features upscale amenities, including a temperature-controlled wine room and kitchen gourmet Full glass walls. Despite the dreamy vibe, Adele didn’t end up staying long; He sold it for a little less than he paid$4.8 million in 2017.
Adele finally found her long-awaited home in Beverly Hills In early 2016, he shelled out $9.5 million for a very private retreat in a gated community with his own security guard. Constructed in 1977, it features a two-story high foyer with grand staircase and balcony, an open plan kitchen built around a large central island and connected to the breakfast area and a family room, and two living rooms with their own fireplaces. On the second floor there is a relaxation room with vaulted ceilings (like the master bedroom), and outside there is a swimming pool, stone deck and balcony.
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