What We Know About The L.A. Mansion Chelsea Handler Bought From Cheryl Hines

Chelsea Handler sold her contemporary Bel Air house and is moving to the ​​Mandeville Canyon area. Her new home is a 5,474 square foot house in Brentwood, Los Angeles, according to Dirt. It has four bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, and a semi-detached suite with a bath. The home was listed at $6.2 million, but Handler bought it for $5.853 million from Cheryl Hines and Robert Kennedy Jr.

The home has a history of Hollywood stars. Cheryl Hines, star of "Curb Your Enthusiasm," bought the home from film producer Basil Iwanyk, who worked on "A Star is Born," about five and a half years ago for $5.2 million. This left Hines with a profit of about $650,000. Handler, comedian, best-selling author, talk show host, and sociocultural activist sold her Bel Air home to Guy Moot, a high-powered record executive, for $10.4 million. She bought the house in 2010 for $6 million and did extensive renovations to it, according to Dirt.

Monterey Colonial-inspired

Handler's new home sits on almost half an acre of land. It was built around 1937 and is up to date with luxury appliances and finishes. The home is Monterey Colonial-inspired with two stories, prominent balconies, and simple designs. The main house has a modern interior with white walls all around, built-ins, and three fireplaces. While this home is still luxurious, the style is more subtle than her previous home.

The highlight of this home is its backyard. Apart from the 850 square foot semi-detached guest or staff suite with its own bedroom, bathroom, and laundry room, there is a 400 square foot studio or media lounge that opens to the backyard with a wall of French doors (via Dirt). Sitting between the home and a steep hillside is her stone patio, complete with a fire pit, bar, built-in grill, and a spa that spills into the kidney-shaped pool.