Trevor Noah Spends $20 Million On Bel-Air Mansion

By on January 21, 2019 in ArticlesCelebrity Homes

Life is good for The Daily Show host, comedian, and author Trevor Noah. I know that not just from the generally sunny disposition of his public persona, but also because of the recent TMZ report on his brand new digs: An upscale bachelor pad in Bel-Air for which he reportedly paid a cool $20 million.

The two-story, 10,044-square-foot house has style to burn, with huge glass walls and outdoor wraparound terraces giving Noah, and whatever guests lucky enough to be invited into the home, those famous views of the Los Angeles skyline.

The property is about 1.31 acres worth of an out-of-the-way cul-de-sac on the western side of Bel-Air. And as you might reasonably guess from the $20 million price tag, the home is chock full of swanky amenities, starting with the expansive master suite – how expansive? It measures in at 2,200 feet all on its own. Altogether, Noah's new house boasts a grand total of five bedrooms and eight bathrooms.

Then there's the infinity pool outside, the private home theater inside, as well as the 500-gallon saltwater aquarium. After spending hours upon hours gazing upon Noah's collection of tropical fish, guests will have their choice of three other guest bedrooms – but all of those guest bedrooms are not created equal. One of them is billed as an "ultra private VIP suite" which has its very own private entrance –  pretty much the holy grail of guest bedroom features.

This is one of those houses that can be described with a straight face as "just" costing $20,995,000 (which is a little bit more than the sum of $20 million that Noah is reported to have paid for the house) as it is in the YouTube video below, which you can take a look at if you wish to marvel at this architectural wonder a little bit more. Enjoy:


Not quite two years after paying $20.5 million for the above home, in September 2020 Trevor offloaded it for $21.5 million.

Noah, who according to his social media posts has been firmly hunkered up in New York City during the COVID crisis, is perhaps happy to make his full-time home base the $10 million midtown penthouse he purchased in 2017.

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