The comedian David Spade doesn’t joke around when it comes to real estate. After reportedly moving to a $13.85 million mansion in Hollywood Hills, the “Saturday Night Live” alum has placed his Beverly Hills pad on the market, the Wall Street Journal reported. He’s asking $19,995,000.
If the star of “Joe Dirt” gets close to his asking price, he’ll walk away with a sizable profit on his longtime abode. Spade purchased the property in 2001 for about $4 million.
Over the past two decades, he has funneled funds into jazzing up the place. He told the WSJ that he had switched out the red-tile roof, put in a new kitchen, added two master bathrooms, and expanded the TV room with a bar.
Now, a new owner can enjoy the posh place just as it is. Built in 1978 by the architect Edward Fickett, the layout offers a sleek, gray-and-white palette, gray flooring, four bedrooms, and 6.5 bathrooms, across 6,426 square feet.Living room of home in Beverly Hills, CA
(Realtor.com)Kitchen and breakfast room
(Realtor.com)Pool and views
The design incorporates floor-to-ceiling windows that take in city and ocean views. A versatile floor plan features a formal living room, an indoor living tree, and an elevated dining room. The renovated, eat-in kitchen includes a breakfast bar, and a welcoming sitting room comes with a double-sided fireplace.
Upstairs, the primary suite has a loft area, walk-in closets, and a terrace.
Set on nearly an acre, the flat, grassy grounds include a tennis court, patio, and pool.
Last year, Spade upgraded to a newly built mansion. The contemporary he purchased features a whopping 11,300 square feet, six bedrooms, and 11 bathrooms.
Highlights include a library, office, gym, bar and lounge, a 12-seat theater, plus a 1,200-bottle wine cellar. The almost half-acre grounds include a pool and spa, lawn, and seating with a fireplace.Hollywood Hills home
Spade, 57, has starred in the movies “Tommy Boy” and “The Wrong Missy,” as well as the long-running sitcoms “Just Shoot Me” and “Rules of Engagement.” He and his fellow “SNL” alum Dana Carvey just launched the podcast “Fly on the Wall.”
Stuart Vetterick with Hilton & Hyland holds the listing.