Adele says she prefers the real estate values in LA to her native London
The 33-year-old musical artist, speaking with British Vogue, said that she invested in three Beverly Hills mansions for a better value for her dollar.
‘The kind of house I have in LA I could never afford in London. Ever,’ the English singer told the outlet.
The latest: Adele opened up about her preference for purchasing real estate in Southern California as opposed to her native London. The singer, 33, was seen last year on SNL
The Grammy-winner said that when in London, most of her time was spent ‘in a car or inside a building,’ and that she hoped to relocate to a place with ‘fresh air and somewhere I could see the sky.’
The London native, who shares nine-year-old son Angelo with Simon Konecki, said that she had ‘looked at houses’ in London before coming to the conclusion.
‘It’s like hundreds of millions of pounds,’ she said. ‘I don’t have that much money at all. I’d throw up.’
She noted the lesser rate of rain in Los Angeles, noting the inconvenience of taking a child in the rain.
The Grammy-winner was snapped at an NBA Finals game in Phoenix in July
Details: The Grammy-winner said that when in London, most of her time was spent ‘in a car or inside a building,’ and that she hoped to relocate to a place with ‘fresh air and somewhere I could see the sky’
‘Once I had Angelo, in England if you haven’t got a plan with a young child and it’s raining, you’re f***ed,’ she said.
The Hello artist owns a trio of neighboring mansions in Los Angeles, with an estimated value of $30 million, The New York Post reported.
‘It’s very much a British cottage,’ told Vogue of her main home in Los Angeles.
Konecki, who she finalized her divorce from earlier this year, resides in one of the abodes so ‘nothing changes for Angelo,’ she told the outlet.
The star lives in a gated enclave where her celeb neighbors include Katy Perry, Penelope Cruz, Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Lawrence, and Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban, the Post reported.
Adele also owns a home in London, which she described as ‘like Italian or something,’ adding, ‘I don’t even want to sit down in it.’