Less than a year ago, Trevor Noah spent $ 27.5 million on an extravagant Bel Air mansion, just months after selling another nearby Bel Air home to Bird founder Travis VanderZanden for just over $ 21 million. Now the South African comedian and Emmy Awards host The daily show – who also owns a $ 10 million penthouse in New York City’s Manhattan borough – has decided to clean up a house in California, dumping his recently bought excavations off the market.
Noah is asking $ 29.75 million for the modern Bel Air structure, which was designed by architect Mark Rios as a personal residence for himself and her husband, fertility physician Guy Ringler. Comprised of three front windowless white cubes, the rear of the six-bedroom, 9.5-bath home has floor-to-ceiling glass walls with ocean and mountain views. Overblown amenities run rampant: a Japanese-style spa below the pool features a wooden tub, sauna, and locker rooms and massages, while a wine room has a hidden door that opens onto a glass-lined elevator that travels to a Gourmet kitchen with dark wood cabinets. There’s also an elegant wood-paneled library, plus a gym, club room, and rooftop terrace that doubles as a screening room.
Other highlights of the three-level residence include a living room adorned with wide plank oak flooring from Germany, which opens to an outdoor bar and kitchen topped by a terrace; and an adjoining formal dining room with a study. An elegant main retreat is highlighted by double baths and walk-in closets, and four additional ensuite guest bedrooms can be found elsewhere in the home. Then there are the lush manicured grounds, replete with a 15-by-60-foot infinity pool, a fireplace-side conversation pit, and the aforementioned outdoor kitchen.
Noah, 37, has directed Comedy Central The daily show since 2015. In 2017, he signed a contract extension that will keep him in the host chair until the end of 2022. He also recently embarked on a “Back to Abnormal” world tour and broadcasts on Instagram that he landed a role in the upcoming The Matrix 4: Resurrections film, scheduled to premiere in December; According to the New York Post, Noah has rented another penthouse in New York, this one in Tribeca’s luxurious 70 Vestry building at a rate of $ 52,000 a month.
Jonah Wilson of Hilton & Hyland has the list.
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