Joe Rogan didn’t have to drink donkey juice, sleep in a coffin full of snakes, or walk on a tightrope 10,000 feet above the air to seal the deal.
The former “Fear Factor” host, UFC commentator and firebrand podcaster sold his Bell Canyon, California, property for $3.45 million — $250,000 more than he was asking for.
The move comes after Rogan, 53, said goodbye to Los Angeles and hello to Texas last year.
He left behind two guard-gated estates in LA’s San Fernando Valley after wanting more space and “freedom.”
He purchased one of the Bell Canyon properties — the one he is currently unloading — for $2.3 million back in 2003, during his time hosting “Fear Factor.” The superstar podcaster initially put the house on the market in October for $3.2 million. The home sold on Friday, five months later.
Spanning a massive 7,573 square feet, the house has five bedrooms and five bathrooms.
Pegged as a French country estate, the home features rolling lawns, a glass balcony to showcase the city lights view, a meditation atrium, and al-fresco dining and entertaining spaces complete with a pool and spa, which overlooks the sprawling mountains and valley views.
Other features include a gourmet chef’s kitchen with a custom pewter center island countertop from Paris, two Miele dishwashers, three sinks, two refrigerators and marble counters.
The abode offers an open floor plan that includes a great room, living room and dining rooms with views, a media room with a pool table and wet bar, a library/office and a gym.
A floating staircase leads you to the master suite which holds a separate sitting room. There are sliding doors that open to a charming bridge with a private deck.
In May 2020, Rogan signed an exclusive deal with Spotify reported to be valued at more than $100 million. The comedian’s long-running show, “The Joe Rogan Experience,” has consistently ranked as one of Apple’s top streamed podcasts.
Rogan and his Texas-born wife, Jessica Ditzel, now live in a chic lakefront mansion in Austin, Texas.