Adam Lambert Moving to the Hollywood Hills
The "American Idol" season 8 alum is setting up new digs one month before he departs with Queen for the summer tour.
It's official: Adam Lambert is definitely going Hollywood -- to live, that is.
The American Idol season eight star has plunked down $2.995 million for a home in the Hollywood Hills, according to latimes.com.
Built in 1947, the modern-style house has been renovated with upgrades, including a sweeping exterior staircase that follows the shape of a curved wall with a glass brick window.
The 3,800-square-foot, three-bedroom, four-bathroom home features a dining room with a floor-to-ceiling climate-controlled wine room, a full kitchen with a diner-style booth/breakfast room, a den with a fireplace, a screening room and a home gym.
The master suite boasts a fireplace, a sitting area and a spa-like bathroom.
The courtyard-style backyard features a grotto spa.
Lambert won't be home this summer to enjoy it, however. He hits the road on tour with Queen on June 19. 19 Recordings/RCA/Legacy Recordings released The Very Best of Adam Lambert today. He recently wrapped a storyline arc this spring on the Fox show Glee.
Jeff Yarbrough and Chris Jacobs of Keller Williams were the listing agents, according to the Multiple Listing Service. Lambert was represented by Brad Downs of Rodeo Realty.
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