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Photos: Gwen Stefani And Gavin Rossdale's Beverly Hills Estate Is For Sale
For a mere $35 million, the Beverly Hills home that once belonged to essential 90s musicians Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale could be yours.
This seven-bed, 10-bath home was purchased by the former couple in 2006 from Sam Nazarian, the nightlife mogul behind SBE, Variety reports. Nazarian had bought the house from Jennifer Lopez, who snapped it up in 2000 for much less at $4.3 million.
According to the listing, the main house boasts a screening room and a gym, while the property features a guest house, an infinity pool, a tennis court, a chicken coop and a playground for children. That gym is no joke; it appears to have about as much equipment as your local 24 Hour Fitness. There are also executive and house manager offices, for the on-site help that maintains your very spacious estate. It'll kind of be like you're never alone, but also alone all the time.
The house is decorated with plenty of bold patterns, including some gorgeous marble fireplaces, and a black-and-white striped kitchen that kind of looks like a Sephora store. Photos also depict three large portraits of babies over a hot pink couch. Given that the babies' faces are blurred out, we could perhaps presume that they're pictures of Rossdale and Stefani's three sons, Kingston, Zuma and Apollo.
As you may recall from tabloid covers in the line at Ralphs, Stefani and Rossdale married in 2002 after dating for six years. They divorced in 2015, allegedly over some drama concerning their nanny.
You can watch an aerial video of the estate, complete with an instrumental acoustic cover of "California Dreaming," below.
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