RENT Magazine Q1 '22



Trevor Noah Trevor Noah seems to favor the deluxe community of Bel Air. During the summer of 2021, he sold a home for $21.7 million that he had bought there two years before for $20.5 million. Then he purchased another Bel Air mansion at the end of 2021 for $27.5 million. The dramatic 11,000-square- foot residence was designed by architect Mark Rios, who named it Ledge House because of its hillside location. Influenced by Japanese design, Rios included six bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, an office, library, movie theatre, elevator, gym, spa, steam room, game room and infinity pool.

Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes

Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes have quietly sold their two Los Angeles-area homes in recent months and are expected to leave the area. For the last 10 years, they were living in a 1926 home that Mendes purchased in 2008 for about $3.2 million. The 3900-square-foot, four-bedroom, four-bath residence, which sold for $4.9 million, is located on .30 acres in the trendy L.A. area of Los Feliz. The second sale was for Gosling’s “bachelor pad” in Studio City in the San Fernando Valley. They still own a 5000-square-foot ocean view home on 5.5 acres in Carpinteria near Santa Barbara.

Lady Gaga

A 6,759-square-foot residence in the Hollywood Hills has been home to rock and roll royalty for five decades and has now been sold to another buyer with a musical pedigree. In 2015, Lady Gaga purchased it from the family of Frank Zappa, who had lived in the half-acre residence since the 1970s when they bought it for just $75,000. The new owner of the six-bedroom, five-bathroom property is Lizzy Jagger, the third of Mick Jagger’s eight children. The $6.5 million price tag includes a staff apartment and two detached guesthouses, a rooftop tennis court, a greenhouse and swimming pool.

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