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See Inside Gwen Stefani's Beverly Hills Mansion

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From Delish

Gwen Stefani is having a hard-time selling the mega mansion she shared with ex-husband Gavin Rossdale - possibly because it’s not for the faint of heart (or the shallow of wallet).

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According to Variety, the former couple purchased the 11,845-square-foot Beverly Hills estate for $13.25 million in 2006 and listed it in 2016 for $35 million following their divorce. Stefani dropped the asking price to $29 million earlier this year.

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Designer Kelly Wearstler lent her trademark glam to the 10-bedroom house, which is a whirlwind of marble facades, graphic patterns, and neon colors. The decor ranges from Hollywood regency to space age to ultra modern. Floor-to-ceiling windows look out onto the San Fenando valley, and vaulted ceilings, skylights, and hardwood flooring complete the package.

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Six of the bedrooms have ensuite bathrooms, and the master bedroom boasts a walk-in closet with chic carpeting and wood paneling. The black-and-white striped kitchen is a true show stopper though, with hidden storage space and an adjoining breakfast room with a built-in leather banquette.

Jennifer Lopez also once owned the estate, which checks off the necessary criteria of a celebrity home in Cali: a home gym and screening room, thick hedges shielding the pool from view, a 250-foot private driveway, and a gated entry to keep the paps at bay.

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The backyard area is also nicer than most tropical resorts, complete with an infinity pool, a full tennis court, chicken coop, detached guest house, and a playground for Stefani’s children. If you need further proof that Stefani lived here, just take in the statement outdoor pizza oven.

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Stephen Shapiro of Westside Estate Agency holds the listing.

See more photos below.

Photo credit: Simon Berlyn
Photo credit: Simon Berlyn
Photo credit: Simon Berlyn
Photo credit: Simon Berlyn
Photo credit: Simon Berlyn

h/t: Domino


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