Daily Show Host Trevor Noah Buyer of $27.5M Contemporary Bel Air Mansion
SOLD | Built 2014 | 11,000 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 8.5+ Baths | 0.98 Acres
Los Angeles, California, United States
Trevor Noah, host of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show, has purchased an 11,000 square foot contemporary mansion in Bel Air for $27.5 million according to Mansion Global. Designed by architect Mark Rios and built in 2014, the 0.98 acre property first hit the market in 2018 for $36 million. It was most recently listed for $29.5 million. Epitomizing the Los Angeles lifestyle of indoor/outdoor living, the residence enjoys city & ocean views through floor-to-ceiling glass doors, modern living areas, a chef’s kitchen expansive outdoor entertaining areas. Additional amenities include an outdoor kitchen, gym, office, third floor screening room, rooftop terrace and a security office. Realtor reported that Noah purchased a home in the same area in 2019 for $20.5 million. He flipped the property in August for $21.7 million. According to Celebrity Net Worth, Trevor Noah has a net worth of $100 million with an annual salary of $16 million.
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