Alex Trebek’s Studio Metropolis property — which the late “Jeopardy!” host owned for 3 a long time till his loss of life in 2020 — has modified arms for $6.45 million.
That’s precisely triple the worth Trebek paid in 1991 when he purchased it for $2.15 million, data present. His widow, Jean, listed the house for $7 million in January. His daughter, Emily Trebek of Compass, dealt with the sale.
The $6.45-million deal ranks as Studio Metropolis’s second-priciest house sale to date this yr, and it comes as no shock. The 99-year-old house spans 10,000 sq. toes and sits on 1.5 acres in Fryman Estates, one of many neighborhood’s priciest pockets.
Inside are 5 bedrooms, 9 loos and a handful of lavish dwelling areas. There’s a two-story entry with twin staircases, a lounge below a dramatic rotunda and a gold-and-white moist bar.
The 2-story lobby. (Compass)
The dome. (Compass)
The eating room. (Compass)
The kitchen. (Compass)
The theater. (Compass)
The library. (Compass)
The moist bar. (Compass)
The bed room. (Compass)
The lavatory. (Compass)
The terrace. (Compass)
The yard. (Compass)
The pool. (Compass)
The gardens. (Compass)
The driveway. (Compass)
Aerial view of the compound. (Compass)
The outside. (Compass)
One other spotlight comes within the media room, which encompasses a library with a stone fire at one finish and a movie show with crimson-colored carpet and drapes on the different.
Out again, the park-like grounds embody patios that result in a guesthouse, fountain and swimming pool with a slide. Past that’s Wilacre Park, a 128-acre nature protect. The compound is a few 30-minute drive from Sony Footage Studios in Culver Metropolis, the place “Jeopardy!” is filmed.
A local of Canada, Trebek hosted “Jeopardy!” for 37 seasons from 1984 to 2020. Throughout that stretch, he received eight Emmys for excellent sport present host and in addition obtained stars on the Hollywood Stroll of Fame and Canada’s Stroll of Fame.
Emily Trebek and Renee Ogiens, each with Compass, held the itemizing. Andrew Dinsky of Fairness Union represented the client.