Credit: Realtor.com Photo: Adam Levine's New Home

Adam Levine is making moves, and this time, they’re not like Jagger.

The Voice coach packed up his gorgeous Hollywood Hills home and bought a $4.83 million house in a Beverly Crest gated community called Wallingford Estate, according to the L.A. Times.

Built in 1940, the ranch-style home and guest house have a combined six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and 6,539 square feet of living space. And if that’s not enough, the 3.6-acre estate includes a swimming pool and tennis court. We have a feeling that with all of these amenities, Adam won’t be singing, “I’m never gonna leave this bed” anymore.

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But why the big move? Perhaps the Maroon 5 frontman wants girlfriend Behati Prinsloo to have her own space — six bedrooms worth! Their relationship has definitely been heating up in the last few months, with the couple making their first public appearance last week at GQ’s Gentlemen’s Ball.

This move is significant considering his previous home was a bachelor pad, in which he ripped down the internal walls to turn a four-bedroom into a one-bedroom.

“I fell in love with the location and the privacy and the fact that it was such a low-key place,” he told Architectural Digest as he showed them his previous home. “It was Hollywood without being ‘Hollywood.’”

But it can’t get any more Hollywood than a gated community in Beverly Hills, can it? What do you think of Adam’s new abode? Tell us below!

Source: L.A. Times, Architectural Digest