Superstar singer Adele is rolling in the cash after making a £350,000 profit on her luxury villa on a beachfront resort known as Millionaire's Row.
The Rolling in the Deep singer, 28, bought the Art Deco property via an estate agent for £2.5million in 2012 but has now made a tidy sum after selling it on.
Adele moved into the home, on the exclusive Western Esplanade in Hove, just along from Brighton in East Sussex, with her partner.
While previous residents include Paul McCartney and his then wife Heather Mills and in years gone by the row was graced by partying guests such as Frank Sinatra and Ava Gardner.
It was reported to John Hoole Estate Agents that Adele 'fell in love' with the seafront property which she bought and moved into immediately.
The profit made from the sale is hardly loose change, but won't making any ripples in Adele's pockets with the singer listed as ninth on Forbes' celebrity earnings list.
In June it was announced she had bought event producer Don Mischer’s Beverly Hills home for £7.2 million ($9.5m) after reportedly securing a record-breaking £99 million ($130m) record contract
Before the move to Hove, the Grammy winner, full name Adele Laurie Blue Adkins, rented a 10-bedroom country mansion near Partridge Green, West Sussex.