Former “Tonight Present” host Jay Leno and his spouse have bought an oceanfront mansion in Newport, Rhode Island.
Leno paid $13.5 million for the 18,000-square-foot residence, referred to as Seafair. It has eight bedrooms and 11 loos and comes with a pool, a tennis courtroom and a personal seaside.
Fortunate for Leno, who collects vehicles, it additionally boasts a six-car storage.
The home sits on 9 acres (three.64 hectares) and was in-built 1936. It was beforehand owned by Denver mining inheritor Verner Zevola Reed Jr., who was an American banker and diplomat. Reed served as U.S. ambassador to Morocco from 1981 to 1985.
Leno is a frequent customer to the seaside resort city, the place he has been identified to cease in on the metropolis’s Audrain Car Museum.