Comedian, SA legend, linguist proponent and now mansion flipper, Trevor Noah really is doing the most.
While you might be pretty well versed in his other points of interest, you probably didn’t know that Trevor has quite a keen eye for property, and might just need to add the Fresh Prince to his bio.
Recently, Mzansi’s spokesperson made a stealthy profit off a little paradise in Bel-Air, California.
Initially buying the house for $27.5 million (R411 449 487), he’s selling it for $29.75 million (R445 113 536) – with a profit of $2.25 million (R33 614 049) according to The Hollywood Reporter. Small change to some, big moves for most of us back home.
The mansion is just as diverse as Trevor in culture and experiences.
It’s a Japanese-inspired design that encompasses wooden floors from Germany, and a wine cellar fit for a Parisian (or Capetonian), and these are just some of the features that adorn the Mark Rios-designed palace.
Additionally, as per Architectural Digest, the home boasts 11 bedrooms, a glass-encased elevator, a gourmet outdoor kitchen and bar and a gorgeous rooftop terrace. Then there are the eight full bathrooms, luscious gardens, and an infinity pool that probably inspired Trevor’s humour to keep on coming endlessly. Not to mention, the home also housed a stylish library. And a gym. And a club room.
Take a look here.
Trevor Noah’s R412Million Mansion pic.twitter.com/oYjcmr44Bm
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So, where’s Trevor’s next adventure?
According to the New York Post, Mr. Noah is focusing on the Big Apple these days and has rented another NYC penthouse in Tribeca’s luxe 70 Vestry building at a rate of $52 000 a month.