Jimmy Kimmel of late-night television has sold his home in Hollywood Hills for $2,178,200.
The Hollywood Regency-style house, built in 1947 and updated, sits on a knoll with views that take in the Griffith Observatory, the Hollywood sign and the surrounding hillsides.
A path that leads to the front door crosses over a water element. Inside, vintage details include a floor-to-ceiling leaded-glass bay window and oval leaded-glass windows.
The 3,605 square feet of living space contains formal dining and living rooms, a bar, four bedrooms, a bedroom converted to a sound studio with a recording booth, and five bathrooms.
An outdoor kitchen features a pizza oven, a beer keg dispenser and a barbecue with a smoker. The grounds also have a swimming pool with a spa, decks and mature trees.
Kimmel, 46, created and has hosted "Jimmy Kimmel Live" since 2003.
He bought the house in 2002 for $925,000, according to public records.
Karen Misraje of Partners Trust was the listing agent. William Barker and Joan Caplis of Coldwell Banker represented the buyer.