Alex Trebek’s Studio City home fetches $6.5 million

  • The big hearth. (Photo by Home Sweet Home Productions)

  • The second floor sitting area.  (Photo by Home Sweet Home Productions)

    The second floor sitting area. (Photo by Home Sweet Home Productions)

  • The master suite.  (Photo by Home Sweet Home Productions)

    The master suite. (Photo by Home Sweet Home Productions)

  • A veranda on the second level.  (Photo by Home Sweet Home Productions)

    A veranda on the second level. (Photo by Home Sweet Home Productions)

  • The kitchen.  (Photo by Home Sweet Home Productions)

    The kitchen. (Photo by Home Sweet Home Productions)

  • The formal dining room.  (Photo by Home Sweet Home Productions)

    The formal dining room. (Photo by Home Sweet Home Productions)

  • The family room.  (Photo by Home Sweet Home Productions)

    The family room. (Photo by Home Sweet Home Productions)

  • Theater.  (Photo by Home Sweet Home Productions)

    Theater. (Photo by Home Sweet Home Productions)

  • The Late Studio City Home

    The Studio City home of the late “Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek recently sold for $6.45 million. (Photo by Home Sweet Home Productions)

  • The swimming pool.  (Photo by Home Sweet Home Productions)

    The swimming pool. (Photo by Home Sweet Home Productions)

The longtime Studio City home of the late “Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek recently sold for $6.45 million, down 8% from the $6.995 million sought in January.

Covering nearly 10,000 square feet, this 1923 Mediterranean-style residence includes a main house and an independent guest house for a total of five bedrooms and 11 bathrooms. It sits on approximately 1.5 acres in the upscale Fryman Estates, steps from the Wilacre Park Wilderness Area, with a pool and spa.

Inside the main house are four generously sized bedrooms, nine bathrooms and entertainment areas including a home cinema and bar.

It opens to a large foyer with an imperial staircase that leads to a second floor seating area.

There is a large kitchen, butler pantry, formal and informal dining areas, family room and master suite.

Four fireplaces and several balconies and verandas add to the offerings of the main house.

The guest house has one bedroom and two bathrooms.

The beloved “Jeopardy!” the host died in November 2020 at age 80 after a battle with stage 4 pancreatic cancer at home, he and his second wife, Jean, raised their two children.

According to public records, they bought the house in 1991 for $2.15 million. Their daughter, Emily Trebek, co-listed the property with fellow Compass agent Renee Ogiens. The couple also have a son, Matthew.

Trebek adopted his eldest daughter, Nicky, from his first marriage. He and his then-wife, Elaine, divorced in 1981.

Andrew Dinsky of Equity Union represented the buyer.