Adam Lambert has sold his home in the Hollywood Hills for $2.92 million after putting it on the market last August with a listing price of $3.35 million, according to an update Wednesday by real estate site Redfin.
The 38-year-old singer from Indiana, who shot to fame in 2009 after finishing as runner-up on the eighth season of American Idol, has sold more than three million albums and five million singles worldwide.
Lambert had already purchased a larger house in the Hollywood Hills for $6.5 million in September 2018.
Sold it: Singer-songwriter Adam Lambert has sold his home in West Hollywood Hills for $292 million, according to an update on Wednesday on the real estate website Redfin
Hollywood hills: The stunning home features a chef’s kitchen kitted out with high end appliances and a very patriotic artwork on the wall
Sliding doors: The plush living room of the property, which features tall sliding glass doors that lead out into the picturesque back garden
Studio style: This large studio-style living room features an ecclectic collection of African-inspired furnishings and a trendy yellow drum kit
Situated above Sunset Strip in North Crescent Heights, it features three bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms and stunning views of the city, visible from the sliding walls of glass that encase the main level of the home.
Its private backyard is decked out with dreamy reflecting pools, an outdoor spa, a cosy firepit and a covered lounging area, making it ideal for entertaining.
The concrete grey exterior lends a trendy urban feel to the property, while inside it’s finished to a sleek, upmarket standard with high end appliances throughout.
Downstairs there’s a chef’s kitchen with a large central island, grand marble and stainless steel finishes and a breakfast nook.
Lambert purchased a larger house in the Hollywood Hills for $6.5 million in September 2018, and reduced the asking price of this property since first putting it on the market. Pictured: the lounging area to the rear of the property
Chef’s kitchen: The well-equipped kitchen features a green and teak wood colour scheme, with marble work surfaces, a large central island and stainless steel finishes
Master suite: The expansive master suite is decadently decorated and also boasts floor to ceiling windows to optimise the view from the home
The private balcony, which juts out from the master suite and provides magnificent views across the city of Los Angeles
On the first level there’s a guest bedroom and the elegant master suite, which boasts incredible views across Los Angeles as well as its own sitting area, a private balcony, a walk-in closet and a sophisticated marble bath.
The home also has an expansive additional suite with a private entrance – ideal for a gym, theatre or recording studio.
Emil Hartoonian and Nicholas Siegfried of The Agency held the listing and Jonathan Sharaf of Compass repped the buyer
Lambert, pictured right in June 2019, had reduced the price of the property. Left: Off the kitchen there is a cosy nook designed for casual meals
Elegant bath: The en-suite bathroom attached to the master suite boasts an elegant, sophisticated marble bath as well as a double sink and doors onto a small balcony
Wine storage: The dining room features a floor-to-ceiling special wine storage unit as well as a generous six-seater dining suite and a large window
Extra space: An additional living space which features a cosy fireplace and another large sliding glass door into the delightful garden
Sitting area: At the top of the stairs, the main master suite features its own snug sitting area with large windows across the hillside
Black marble: The elegant bathroom which features black marble floor and wall tiles has a large mirror above the double sink, ideal for getting ready
Huge closet: The generous walk-in closet features walls of wardrobes and a 16 drawers sprawled across the back wall, with additional shelving and a large mirror
Walk-in shower: Another bathroom features a generous walk-in shower, which continues with the marble theme – only this time it’s a shade of green
Guest bathroom: The bathroom off the guest bedroom is a notch down in terms of glamour but still offers its own fair share of luxury
Cool tiling: The first floor balcony runs across almost entirely the length of the property and features stylish art deco-style tiling on its floor
Guest bedroom: The guest bedroom boasts a large flat screen television in the corner of the room as well as soft, velour carpets and an enormous bed
Lambert’s home that he bought for $6.5million in 2018 home boasts 14 rooms – meaning there should be enough space for the singer’s long list of expensive possessions.
Adam confessed in June 2019 on the 2Day FM Grant, Ed & Ash breakfast show to picking up a new sports car worth $400,000 – an Aston Martin 2019 DB11 Valonte.
The Queen frontman also revealed the most expensive piece of clothing he has ever splashed the cash on – a $12K jacket.
‘The jacket that I wore on the Oscar performance with Queen this year was really crazy, and I bought it. It was pricey. It was Givenchy,’ Adam confessed.