Former No Doubt lead singer, Gwen Stefani, has listed her Beverly Hills estate for $35 million
"The Summit", which is the name of her mansion, officially hit the market on Monday. Stefani purchased the home in 2006, while married to her then-husband, British musician Gavin Rossdale. Property records show she paid $13.25 million using her Von Trapp Trust.
Jennifer Lopez also reportedly owned the home from 2000 to 2004, eventually selling it for $10.95 million.
So what accounts for the threefold price increase in little over a decade?
The listing with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage and Westside Estate Agency makes no mention of any recent additions made to the property, saying only that the home has remarkable architecture. But Ms. Stefani did hire interior designer Kelly Wearstler to craft the home’s dramatic interiors, according to the listing.
For a star looking for privacy, the home certainly looks like a “Sweet Escape"—it’s protected by two gated entries and a 250-foot driveway.
Listing agent Jade Mills of Coldwell Banker
Stephen Shapiro of Westside Estate Agency is also an agent on the property.
Sources and Photos: MLS, Wealth X