In a matter of 15 months The Daily Show host Trevor Noah has bought, relisted, and sold a Japanese-inspired Bel Air mansion, according to Dirt. In a rather disappointing turn, the home’s sale price was $26.4 million, $1.1 million less than what he paid back in December of 2020 and $3.3 million less than what he listed the property for in October of 2021.
The 11,375 square foot modern house was built less than a decade ago, in 2014, and accordingly has all the best 21st century amenities one could hope for. Its tree-surrounded hillside locale allows for additional privacy, even in exposed areas in the house, like in the floor-to-ceiling windowed stairwell. Its boxy white exterior may look plain from the outside, but once through the gate, the home’s thoughtful materials and high ceilings create a distinct impression. Additional amenities include a home gym, a spa with a sauna and wood tub, and a separate structure that houses the barbecue station topped by a rooftop lounge area.
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This is Noah’s second quick flip in the area in the past three years—before purchasing the home he just sold, Noah sold another modern Bel Air space for $21.7 million after owning it for about a year and a half. Things played out much more favorably in that deal, with the South Africa native profiting $1.2 million less broker fees and any renovation costs.