What’s a good deal, Alex?
Alex Trebek’s longtime home has a new owner.
The California residence of the beloved late host of Jeopardy – who shuttled from Sony Pictures studios in Culver City and back for 30 years – is now under contract, The Post has learned. He was last asking for $7 million.
Trebek – who died of stage 4 pancreatic cancer in 2020 at the age of 80 – originally bought The Studio City estate for $2.15million in 1991.
The five-bedroom, 11-bathroom Mediterranean-style mansion sealed a deal on Wednesday and first went on the market on January 22, less than a year after he died.
Sources told the Post at the time that Trebek’s wife, Jean, was ready to give up the home she had shared with her husband of decades.
“She knew that in order to move on, she would have to give up the house,” the insider said.
Located in the hills of the Santa Monica Mountains, the 10,000 square foot home in Fryman’s upscale estates is loaded with amenities.
The main residence includes a gold and white bar, a 45-foot-long cinema room with red carpet and matching curtains, a butler’s pantry, formal and informal dining areas, a library with a stone fireplace and several balconies and verandas.
Set in 1.5 acres of land, there is also a detached one bedroom, two bathroom guest house.
The extensive grounds include a swimming pool, lush vegetation and mature oak trees.
Meanwhile, Jean, 58, has downsized to a smaller three-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home in the same neighborhood.
Trebek’s daughter, Emily, who is the realtor with Compass representing the listing, did not return The Post’s request for comment.