“The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah has picked up a $27.5 Million Bel Air mansion. The mansion overlooks the neighborhood country club. He has splashed the money on the mansion, which is nestled in the Bel Air mansion. According to the property records, Trevor bought the mansion last week using a trust. Mark Rios designed the mansion; it encompasses six-bedrooms. The purchase comes a few months after the comedian sell off his previous mansion. The mansion comes with an extensive range of luxuries, including a screening room, an infinity pool, a steam and spa room, and a rooftop area for streaming.
Privacy was the top priority, and that’s the reason the wall comes with 18-inch thick walls. The home seems to be blocks of white containers. The home is quite expansive. There is a multitude of sliding doors, along with a sloping backyard. The mansion comes with a rooftop terrace for the entertainment of guests. The partygoers and guests could easily move to the screening room and rooftop. There’s also an infinity pool on the rooftop. There’s a dark wood fixture that adds extra charm to the interior. The bathrooms of the mansion are also decorating with marble. The mansion was built by keeping in mind to provide entertainment to the residents. There’s an elevator in the three-story mansion. There’s also a steam room and a spa that comes with luxurious pampering. Last year, he purchased a similar mansion in Bel-Air for $20.5 Million.
Trevor Noah snaps up a $27.5 Million Bel Air mansion. The TV show host has splashed millions on the new mansion. Mark Rios designed the mansion Trevor bought. The mansion comes with luxury amenities that would be loved by its residents. There’s an attractive boxy white design and comes with a copious amount of windows, which allows plenty of light to come in. A Japanese architect influences the mansion. The home has a shining white exterior, while the interior comes with heavy dark timbers and is inspired by a Japanese architect.