John Legend and Chrissy Teigen’s former home is for sale — see inside!

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The Southern California home that formerly belonged to the
famous singer-and-model duo is on the market — but not for long
(if we had to guess).

Adam Latham of
Bel Air Photography.

It just might be love at first sight with this Hollywood
home.

In 2014, after seven years of ownership, John Legend and
Chrissy Teigen unloaded the property for just over asking
price within weeks of putting it on the market.

Three years later, the current owner is asking $2.495 million for the celebrity pad;
nearly half a million more than they paid.

Adam Latham of
Bel Air Photography.

The outside area looks like a relaxing sanctuary for the
lucky owner.

Adam Latham of
Bel Air Photography.

The home boasts a luxurious outdoor spa.

That price tag nets you a 2,200-square foot, three-bed,
three-bath home and a state-of-the-art recording studio. Plus,
the mid-century modern gem was completely renovated by Legend
and Teigen.

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While John got a studio designed acoustically for low sound, we
imagine food-fanatic Chrissy had a hand in the sleek kitchen
with custom basalt counters, teak cabinets and Thermador
appliances.

Adam Latham of
Bel Air Photography.

The interior is just as glamorous.

Adam Latham of
Bel Air Photography.

The open-style floor plan makes the space perfect for a
family.

Adam Latham of
Bel Air Photography.

The home is styled with earthy tones.

Hidden in a quiet cul-de-sac of Hollywood Hills, this home
makes it hard to believe you’re still in the hustle and bustle
of Los Angeles. Inside the gated yard are tranquil
Asian-inspired gardens, fountains and greenery.

With such a beautifully cultivated yard, it’s easy to see why
the entire home is designed to integrate indoor and outdoor
spaces. Off the main living area, a sliding glass door leads
directly to the backyard patio with a grill, several lounging
areas and a tucked away hot tub. Similarly, the master suite
contains two glass doors — one in the bedroom and another in
the master bath, which leads to an outdoor soaking tub.

Adam Latham of
Bel Air Photography.

When the Southern California sun sets, lights illuminate the
outdoor space.

Adam Latham of
Bel Air Photography.

The home feels uniquely cozy despite it's obvious glamour.

It’s hard to imagine this serene, luxury home lasting much
longer than it did the last time it was on the market.

Heather Boyd of Hilton & Hyland holds the
listing.

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