- Jay Leno reportedly just bought a $US13.5 million mansion in Newport, Rhode Island.
- The nine-acre property features a pool, tennis court, gardens, terraces, and a six-car garage.
- The home features an ornate, French-inspired interior design.
While Jay Leno has apparently practiced financial discipline throughout his career, he made a recent exception by purchasing a $US13.5 million mansion in Newport, Rhode Island, according to the Boston Globe.
The nine-acre property would give Leno and his wife, Mavis, plenty of room to house and entertain guests, as there are eight bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a tennis court, pool, and private beach.
Take a look at the property below.
The sprawling property is spread over nine acres.
The house was built in 1936.
Its previous owner was Verner Zevola Reed Jr., who was the US ambassador to Morocco under President Ronald Reagan and vice president of Chase Manhattan Bank.
The house has eight total bedrooms. This one looks larger than many New York City apartments.
With 11 bathrooms throughout the house, no residents or guests have to share.
Much of the home features ornate furniture and decorations and an emphasis on whites and yellows.
The interior design has a distinctly French influence.
Source: Sotheby’s International Realty