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Drama: Trevor Noah Now Selling The R411 Million Mansion He Bought For His Ex-Girlfriend

Less than a year after first purchasing his R411 million Bel Air mansion, host of The Daily Show Trevor Noah has reportedly put the house up for sale.

According to a report on celebrity news website Just Jared, Noah initially paid $27.5 million (R411,449,487) and the Bel Air mansion is now on the market for $29.75 million (R445,113,536).

Noah is rumoured to have bought the home with the intention of sharing it with his on-again-off-again girlfriend Minka Kelly.

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According to the New York Post, the couple first broke up just five months after Noah bought the six-bedroom, eight-and-a-half bathroom home. They reunited a few months thereafter and have been spotted together a number of times thereafter.

Based solely on reports, they seem to spend a lot of time in New York.

Kelly currently plays a character by the name of Dove on DC Comics TV series, Titans.

All about Trevor Noah’s Bel Air mansion

The mansion has a gym, a club room, a library, a wine room with a hidden door, a glass-encased elevator, a Japanese-style spa, and a rooftop terrace that can be turned into a screening room.

The outside also boasts a 4.5 meter by 18 meter infinity-edge pool, a fireside pit with outdoor seating area and an outdoor kitchen.

Noah also previously owned a bachelor pad in Los Angeles and still owns a penthouse in New York where he stays while filming The Daily Show.

The mansion has a gym, a club room, a library, a wine room with a hidden door, a glass-encased elevator, a Japanese-style spa, and a rooftop terrace that can be turned into a screening room.

The outside also boasts a 4.5 meter by 18 meter infinity-edge pool, a fireside pit with outdoor seating area and an outdoor kitchen.

Noah also previously owned a bachelor pad in Los Angeles and still owns a penthouse in New York where he stays while filming The Daily Show.