Bel-Air for $27.5 million | Daily Mail Online"/>Trevor Noah, the host of the "Daily Show," made another Bel-Air acquisition in the beginning of this year.
The comedian has demonstrated his extravagant taste in real estate by spending $27.5 million on a magnificent property in the posh Los Angeles area. According to realtor.com® data, the transaction was completed toward the end of 2020.
In 2018, the contemporary mansion was listed for as much as $36 million, however the price was dropped over time. It was first reduced to $32.5 million, then to $29.5 million in 2020, before Noah purchased it for much less.
If the deal looks familiar, it's because it's not his first entry into the Bel-Air real estate market. In 2019, the stand-up comedian paid $20.5 million for a luxurious pad in the same neighborhood. In August, he sold the mansion for $21.7 million. He's now back in the real estate game with an even more expensive house.
The property, which was designed by architect Mark Rios and completed in 2014, is 11,000 square feet and features indoor-outdoor living with city and ocean views.
In a home surrounded by gardens and pathways, the spacious floor plan features six bedrooms, eight full bathrooms, and three powder rooms. The living room has floor-to-ceiling glass doors that lead out to a pool. A chef's kitchen, formal dining room, and den are all included on the main level. The master suite has two bathrooms and walk-in closets on the second floor. The second story is finished with four en suite bedrooms, an office, and/or staff quarters.
A gym, spa, office, club, third-floor screening room with rooftop terrace, and a separate guest suite with a game room are among the other high-end amenities.
There's also an elevator, Crestron automation, a security office, and a motor court on the premises.
Since 2015, Noah, 36, has hosted the "Daily Show." Since the coronavirus pandemic, he's been performing a stripped-down act from his Manhattan condo.
Since his staff was placed on furlough when in-studio work was suspended, the South African has reportedly been sharing his good fortune by paying the salaries of 25 of his crew members personally.
He appears to be able to afford it. With a reported revenue of $28 million from his stand-up appearances, Forbes placed the Emmy-award winning entertainer as the fourth highest-paid comic in 2019. His memoir, "Born a Crime," was a New York Times bestseller that received a lot of praise.
The seller was represented by Linda May of Hilton & Hyland. The buyer was represented by Hilton & Hyland's Jonah Wilson.
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