It’s been almost a year and a half long Peril host Alex Trebek has died. For the vast majority of his 37 seasons working on the show, Trebek lived in a sprawling compound in Studio City. This gated property was just listed for $6.995 million, Dirt reports.
With interior space that rings in just under 10,000 square feet and 1.46 acres of land, there’s plenty of room to spread out on the estate. The main residence opens onto twin wrought-iron staircases, creating a grand, if antiquated, impression in the entrance hall. Most of the entertaining areas are up these stairs, including a spacious living room, dining room, bar, and media room. The kitchen is also located on the second floor, and although its details are dated, it is extremely spacious with three walls covered in cabinets surrounding a large island and two available walk-in pantries. The master suite is also quite generous and includes four dressing rooms, two bathrooms, a terrace and an adjoining office space. Painted accents throughout the space, such as the trompe l’oeil vines painted on the walls of the living room rotunda, heighten the sense of majesty of the property.
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Elsewhere on the five-bedroom, eleven-bathroom estate is a two-story guest house with its own garage, kitchen and living rooms, as well as a dining area and bedroom with a walk-in closet. Although the outdoor area isn’t in the best shape, it includes an expansive lawn, pool, and spa, and in a separate secluded location, an additional spa.