The host of “The Daily Show” bought an architecturally significant home that overlooks the neighbourhood country club
According to a report by Mansion Global, the Emmy award-winning host of Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show,” has splashed out $27.5 million on an angular and architecturally impressive mansion in Bel Air, a neighbourhood favoured by some of Los Angeles’ biggest-spending and biggest-name buyers.
Mr. Noah, 36, bought the home last week using a trust, property records show.
Designed by Mark Rios, a fellow of the American Institute of Architects, the six-bedroom home epitomises the Los Angeles’ hallmark of indoor/outdoor living, according to the listing.
Fitted with a host of materials like stone, wood, bronze and glass, the property has floor-to-ceiling glass doors and windows—through which you can catch a glimpse across the city and out to the ocean—a sun-filled living room, a chef's kitchen, an office and a gym.
Nestled in the hills of Bel Air overlooking the enclave’s upmarket country club, the right-angled residence is touted as an “iconic architectural statement,” in its listing, held by Linda May and Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland, both of whom, through a representative, declined to comment on the deal.
Noah was recently spotted on a post by his SA friend and author Khaya Dlanga and appeared to have cast on his leg as he spent his holidays with his friends including radio show host Anele Mdoda.