Trevor Noah reportedly sells Los Angeles mansion for R350 million

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Trevor Noah attends the WSJ Mag 2019 Innovator Awards at The Museum of Modern Art.
Trevor Noah attends the WSJ Mag 2019 Innovator Awards at The Museum of Modern Art.
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  • According to reports Trevor Noah has sold his Los Angeles mansion for $21.7 million (R350 million).
  • The comedian and TV host is currently residing in his Manhattan apartment, where he has been filming The Daily Show remotely since March.
  • Trevor and girlfriend Minka Kelly, who he has been seeing "for several months" have reportedly been staying together in his New York residence.


According to Variety The Daily Show host, Trevor Noah has sold his Los Angeles mansion for $21.7 million (R350 million). 

Variety reports that the Bel-Air mansion was never available on the open market, so it remains unclear what changes, if any, he made to the 5-bedroom, 8-bathroom house. The all-cash buyer's identity also remains unknown. 

The spacious home's luxury amenities include a home theatre, saltwater aquarium and a cigar lounge.

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It's unclear whether the comedian has plans to purchase another Los Angeles residence. Since March, following the global coronavirus outbreak, Trevor has been filming The Daily Show remotely from his $10.2 million (R164 million) Midtown Manhattan penthouse. 

E! News recently reported that Trevor and Friday Night Lights star Minka Kelly have been seeing each other for "several months" and have been staying together in his Manhattan apartment. 

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