After three months in the market, the Bel-Air mansion of comedian Trevor Noah has been sold for $26.39 million – more than $1 million short of the $27.5 million he paid for the place in 2020.
About the sale, the main argument among his fans is that The Daily Show host just wanted to be done with the mansion. So taking a loss for it is still okay.
The Bel-Air mansion had six bedrooms and 11 bathrooms and was thought to be one of the choicest properties in the area.
Originally designed by architect Mark Rios, the home has floor-to-ceiling windows, a dressing area, and dual baths. There’s also a sauna, office space, gym, and screening room.
Typical of an estate of this size, there’s a separate and discreet gate for staff entrance and a private gated motor court.
The 11,375-square-foot home was listed by Jonah Hilton of Hilton & Hyland but was largely ignored.
Noah hasn’t commented about the sale at the time of writing, but he must be glad to have finally offloaded that piece of real estate after searching for buyers for months.
By the way, Noah recently earned the ire of “Donda” rapper Kanye West after he devoted a segment of The Daily Show to Ye’s failed relationship with Kanye West.