Things are happening fast for John Legend and Chrissy Teigen, who sold off their Beverly Hills home shortly after listing it for $23.95 million in August. It wasn’t long after that that the superstar couple secured a newly built $17.5 million mansion in the Benedict Canyon area of Beverly Hills. Set on a knoll overlooking the city, the 10,700-square-foot JB Builders-developed property boasts a sleek, modern design, with 24-foot-tall ceilings and sliding glass walls. A 6,600-square-foot landscaped motor court fronts the home and opens onto a sun-drenched entryway framed by a glass-lined staircase. The main living area comprises a formal dining area and a more casual family room separated by a double-sided, floor-to-ceiling fireplace. An enviable gourmet kitchen is perfect for Teigen’s culinary exploits, with top-of-the-line Miele appliances, two pristine center islands and a polished marble reflective wall. In fact, bespoke marble and wood details abound throughout the home.
There are a total of six bedrooms and nine bathrooms, but the upstairs main suite is undoubtedly a highlight. Situated at the end of a 30-foot interior bridge, the suite boasts suede panel walls, a modern fireplace, 12-foot-wide oak plank floors, and glass pocket doors that open onto a private, shaded balcony with infrared heaters. There are dual walk-in closets and baths with LED-anti-steam electric mirrors. Other rooms include a stylish office with walnut floating shelves, a 500-square-foot home theater with stadium seating, a bar and lounge with mahogany accents, and a 300-bottle, temperature-controlled wine cellar. Out back, there’s a 100-foot saltwater infinity pool, a sunken fire pit, and a pool house.
Teigen, who is currently pregnant with the couple’s third child, has been ordered to be on bed rest, but that hasn’t stopped the supermodel from sharing peeks into the couple’s home life. Recently, she shared a handful of snapshots from the rental home they've been staying in while their new place was in escrow, what could possibly be their new home, wherein she discussed a project with Legend and interior designer Jake Arnold while reclining in bed.
Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest