The South African–born entertainer paid $27.5 million for the estate in December. He bought the dreamy home from architect Mark Rios, who designed it for himself in 2014.
The Japanese-inspired design was described as a “tranquil haven” in Architectural Digest in 2017.
“The library, in particular, was fashioned after a room in Kyoto, using heavy, dark timbers,” Rios told the magazine.
Details include those dark wood accents, light-filled spaces, and city views.
Theater and terrace
The spacious 11,375-square-foot floor plan includes six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and three half-baths.
Floor-to-ceiling glass doors in the living area lead out to a pool, outdoor kitchen, and fire pit. The main level also encompasses a chef’s kitchen with bar seating, formal dining room, and den.
Upstairs, the master suite boasts dual bathrooms and walk-in closets. Four en suite bedrooms complete the second floor.
Other upscale amenities include a gym, spa, and office. Entertainment options abound with a rooftop terrace and screening room on the third floor.
The property comes with an elevator, Crestron automation, security office, motor court, and separate guest apartment.
Previously, the home had been on the market since 2018, asking as much as $36 million. The price was dropped to $32.5 million in 2020, and then $29,500,000.
Noah, an Emmy winner, is no slouch when it comes to pricey real estate.
He’s currently renting out a second lair in Tribeca for a cool $52,000 a month, Dirt reports.
Host of “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah” since 2015, the comedian is currently on a world tour with his stand-up show, “Back to Abnormal.”
Jonah Wilson with Hilton & Hyland holds the listing.