The Daily Show host and modern-house fan Trevor Noah’s newest real estate adventure began last winter, when the comedian and writer purchased a slick Bel Air build for $27.5 million. Fast forward ten months and the house is back on the market, with Noah asking $29.75 million for the place. There are six bedrooms and nine baths on the estate, including a guest apartment; the five bedrooms in the main house are all en-suite.
The 11,375 sq. ft. home’s exterior gives the impression of a fortified series of boxy compartments, and it has the atmospherics and monastic impenetrability of some of the more recent examples of the style. Inside, the house’s living style is achieved through light, space and a lack of ornament; the natural textures of stone and wood grain, lighting ambiance, and the emphasis placed on blurring indoor and outdoor demarcation express the lifestyle of the house.
The amenities on the property make for a long list. Among the finer features is a lounge with a full-size wet bar—it opens onto a step-down patio and an elevated fire pit—as well as a gym, a sauna, an office and a screening room. The lot measures .98 acres, giving the expansive outdoor entertainment area room to pack in an outdoor kitchen, an infinity pool and a pavilion.
Noah’s current tour, the Back to Abnormal World Tour, takes him around the U.S.—and the world—through next year.