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Adele Designing Eco-Friendly Beach Home

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British singer Adele is adding some eco-friendliness into her life by installing solar panels on her beach home in Brighton, England.

A source told The Sun, “Adele’s house is something to behold. She’s having loads of work done at the moment so she won’t move in for a while. But when she does, she’ll have one of the most eco-friendly houses in the area.”

Sounds like the 23-year-old singer’s beach pad will be a site for sore eyes. Adele also won’t be living alone, as her boyfriend Simon Konecki will be moving in with her. Her home is said to have a beautiful view of the sea, but her neighbor is planning to build a swimming pool, which unfortunately would block Adele’s view.

No word on Adele’s thoughts, but maybe she won’t be too annoyed; after all, she will be residing in a gorgeous home that’s worth at least $3 million.

Embracing an eco-conscious lifestyle is something fairly new to Adele.

Recently, the hit songstress made headlines for transforming her eating habits into healthier ones. She’s shed some pounds and gives credit to going vegetarian for the weight loss.

Way to go Adele! Before you know it, she’ll be influencing others with sustainability, just like she does with her music.

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