Chelsea Handler has finally sold off her heavily renovated, six-bedroom Bel-Air Mansion for $10.5 million.
After more than two years of having the home on and off the market, the comedienne accepted an offer of $10.5M on January 3rd, according to the New York Post.
Since purchasing the 5,572 square foot home in 2010, the property has undergone extensive renovations in order to achieve Handler’s desired California cool aesthetic.
Sold! Chelsea Handler has finally sold off her heavily renovated, six-bedroom Bel-Air Mansion for $10.5 million
Photos of the property show Handler achieved just that, with the home embracing a modern yet chic design.
Tucked into a built-in hillside, the home boasts large, floor-to ceiling windows that allow residents to admire the lush outdoors.
The living room boasts a fireplace, built-in wall television, and patio space surrounded by oak trees.
The master bedroom contains beam ceilings, sleek wooden floors, and a peaceful view of the many succulents planted just outside.
From house to home: Handler, pictured February 2020, heavily renovated the Bel-Air home in order to achieve her desired California cool aesthetic
Spacious: Large windows allow access to a neighboring patio and for plenty of sunshine to splash inside
R&R: One of the six bedrooms boasts an incredible view of the desert garden
Transformation: Handler was initially not head over heels in love with the house when she first purchased the gated property in 2010, prompting her to completely renovate the place
Making a splash! A large pool sits at the center of the spacious backyard
Kicking back: The peaceful poolside offers a quiet place for Chelsea to relax
With a plethora of luxurious amenities on site, residents won’t need to wander far off in order to stay entertained.
Chelsea’s home boasts a pool, a sauna, a chef’s kitchen, a games room, a den with fireplace, six and a half bathrooms, and even a home gym she had converted from a bedroom during the renovation process.
The home has been off and on the market several times, ever since Chelsea first listed it in 2018 for $11.5 million before slashing $550,000 off the price.
She eventually removed it from the market, before listing it again in September 2020, according to the Post.
Peace and quiet: Nestled into a hillside, the home is the perfect LA retreat
Kick back and relax: With a plethora of luxurious amenities on site, residents won’t need to wander far off in order to stay entertained
No place like home: Handler’s recently sold home offers plenty of modern touches, such as this sleek floor
Zzzz: A view of the neighboring trees add to the ambiance of this bedroom
Splish splash: The home is equipped with six and a half bathrooms
Handler was initially not head over heels in love with the gated property when she first purchased it in 2010, prompting her to completely renovate the place.
‘I just committed to putting a lot of work into it,’ she told Architectural Digest in 2019.
‘It ended up being a great learning experience… We tore the house apart, inside and out, while keeping the main frame. I had to move out a couple of times, and I did a lot of construction — but I just really wanted it to have that indoor-outdoor California vibe.’
‘We put in that hillside,’ she added. ‘I wanted to have some sort of moving carpet. I wanted it to just be a place where, if my friends come over and do mushrooms, we have something to look at.’
Tranquility: The home is adorned with a wide array of lush plants
‘I just committed to putting a lot of work into it’: Handler described renovating her home in an interview with Architectural Digest in 2019 (pictured February 2020)