Adele moved to Los Angeles because she could not afford the prices in London


October 13, 2021

Adele explains the reasons for her move to Los Angeles.

In a recent interview with British Vogue magazine, the 33-year-old singer revealed that she invested more than $ 30 million in real estate in Los Angeles because she could not afford to meet real estate prices in London.

Adele, whose fortune is estimated at $ 177 million, has bought three properties in the upscale Hidden Valley community over the past five years.

"The size of the house I have in Los Angeles I could never afford in London. "Never," she stressed during her interview.

"I could probably, right? No. I looked at houses. They cost hundreds of millions of pounds. "I do not have that much money at all," he continued.

The 15 Grammy-winning singer explained that when she lived in London, most of the time she was "in a car or in a building", adding that she wanted to be somewhere with "fresh air and somewhere where I could see the sky".

Adele - Grammy Awards 2017 - Hit Channel
In 2016, Adele bought her first home in Beverly Hills for $ 9.5 million. Three years later, he bought a second home for $ 10.65 million next to the first. In May, the singer spent $ 10 million on a four-bedroom, four-bathroom house owned by her friend Nicole Richie. The last house is next to the other two houses.

Combined, all three properties exceed 1,600 square meters.

For comparison, the most expensive 1,600-square-foot penthouse in London is available for purchase for a staggering $ 247 million.

"It looks a lot like a British cottage," Adele said of decorating her three homes in Los Angeles. .

The main advantage of moving to Los Angeles was the fact that her ex-husband, Simon Konecki, had the opportunity to move in with the singer and their son, 9-year-old Angelo.

For a long time, the question that plagued Adele about their divorce was "how do we really separate our lives?". "In the end I said, 'We are not going to do it. You bought the house next to mine. "Nothing changes for Angelo," he stressed.