“Daily Show” host Trevor Noah made another purchase from Bel-Air, the LA Times reported. The comedian has proven he has very expensive taste in real estate, splurging a whopping $ 27.5 million on a luxury mansion in the posh Los Angeles neighborhood. The deal closed at the end of the year, realtor.com® records show.
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The contemporary mansion had been on the market for as much as $ 36 million in 2018, but the price dropped over the years. It first dropped to $ 32.5 million and landed at $ 29.5 million in 2020, before Noah picked it up for an even smaller amount. If the transaction sounds familiar, it’s because it’s not your first foray into the Bel-Air market. In 2019, the standing star bought a fancy platform in the same area for $ 20.5 million. He then traded that mansion for $ 21.7 million in August. Now you are back in the real estate game with an even more expensive property. Designed by architect Mark Rios and built in 2014, the home spans 11,000 square feet and offers indoor and outdoor living, with views of the city and ocean. The spacious floor plan includes six bedrooms, eight full baths, and three powder rooms, in a residence surrounded by gardens and walkways. Floor to ceiling glass doors in the living room lead to a pool. The main level layout also features a chef’s kitchen, formal dining room, and study. Upstairs the master suite has two bathrooms and walk-in closets. Another four en-suite bedrooms, offices or utility rooms complete the second floor. Other luxurious amenities include a fitness center, spa, office, lounge, third floor screening room with rooftop deck, and a separate guest suite with a game room. The property is also equipped with an elevator and Crestron automation, as well as a security office and a motor yard. Noah, 36, has hosted the “Daily Show” since 2015. He has been putting on a simple show from his Manhattan condo since the coronavirus pandemic. The show, now dubbed “The Daily Social Distancing Show with Trevor Noah,” features him wearing a seemingly limitless wardrobe of hooded sweatshirts in different shades. He acquired the Hell’s Kitchen penthouse for $ 10 million in 2017. The South African has been sharing his good fortune and has reportedly been paying the salaries of 25 members of his team himself, since they were put on leave when it was performed. production in the studio. stopped. It seems you can afford it. Forbes ranked the Emmy Award-winning artist the fourth highest-paid comedian in 2019, with a reported income of $ 28 million, primarily from his stand-up shows. His memoir, “Born a Crime”, was a critically acclaimed bestseller in the New York Times. Linda May with Hilton & Hyland represented the seller. Jonah Wilson of Hilton & Hyland represented the buyer. This story was originally published on Realtor.com