Conan O’Brien’s palatial Brentwood home
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Conan O’Brien’s palatial Brentwood home

The front entrance to Conan O’Brien’s Brentwood home features a graceful portico and shutters. The compound, which the late-night TV host purchased in January for more than its $10.5-million asking price, was designed and developed by TV and movie producer Michael Manheim and his wife, Janus Cercone. (Lee Manning)
The spacious, two-story living room boasts 20-foot, floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook 60-year-old trees. Other amenities in the house include a wood-paneled library that adjoins a 1,500-bottle wine room. (Lee Manning)
The pool pavilion features a kitchen, stone fireplace and a 50-inch flat screen television. The home also includes a steam room and a sauna. (Lee Manning)
The pool deck is a perfect gathering spot for friends and family. The adjoining pavilion makes entertaining almost effortless. Also on the property: a hidden deluge shower that hangs from a 20-foot-high tree limb. (Lee Manning)
O’Brien’s Brentwood compound includes a stacked-stone water wall and a lantern-lighted, 60-foot veranda overlooking the backyard. (Lee Manning)
French doors let in the light in the master bedroom, which also includes a fireplace and wainscoting. The home’s developers, Michael Manheim and Janus Cercone, often view as many as 200 properties before buying, because they contend that the most important decision in the process is choosing a property. They have built almost a dozen homes. (Lee Manning)
Wood paneling and a fireplace add architectural interest to the den of O’Brien’s new house. French doors lead out to the veranda. The house wasn’t built with the host of NBC’s “Late Night With Conan O’Brien” in mind, but he won the full-scale bidding war. (Lee Manning)
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