Trevor Noah was asking $29.5 million for his Bel Air mansion; However, he sold it for only $26.4 million.
American host Trevor Noah, known for The Daily Show, recently sold his mansion in Bel Air, California, for less than the asking price.
Noah’s property entered the real estate market with a price of $29.5 million dollars; five months later, the place was sold for only 26,400,000 dollars.
The host of The Daily Show bought this property in 2020 from architect Mark Rios. At that time, he paid 27,500,000 dollars.
It is strange that no millionaire has wanted to give the total figure for this Japanese-style mansion, which is eight years old.
The mansion is 11,375 square feet spread over three floors with six bedrooms, eight full baths, three half baths, a foyer, kitchen, dining room, living room, great room, TV room, movie theater, library, office, wine cellar, bar, gym, sauna, elevator, and more luxuries.
In addition to the main house, there is also a guest house with everything you need and its own games room.
Thanks to its location and three stories high, the new owners will have a stunning view of the Bel Air area and beyond.
Not only the interior of the Japanese-style mansion is enviable, but its interior has everything you need to spend pleasant afternoons outdoors.
Outside is a 0.98-acre lot with a pool, spa area, beer garden, and fire pit.
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