Ellen DeGeneres plunked down $20.95 million last week for a sweeping home on the Southern California coast beyond St Nick Barbara.

The daytime television moderator and humorist, 64, purchased the 2.45-section of land property through a trust connected to one of her long-lasting business chiefs, PropertyShark records show.

 Situated in the superstar leaned toward problem area Montecito, the almost 12,000-square-foot manor originally showed up available in late 2019 for $35 million, The Money Road Diary announced at that point. 

It returned in April 2021 for the notably lower cost of $24.85 million, which was sliced again in January to $21.5 million.

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With a plan in view of the Alhambra royal residence in Granada, Spain, the home has an unmistakably Moorish energies, including slim segments, horseshoe curves and tilework all through, posting photographs show.

There's likewise a rotunda entrance with a hand-cut marble wellspring, a wood-coffered library, steel Corinthian segments, hammam-enlivened washrooms and classical tiled-floors with brilliant intensity, as indicated by The Diary.

"It's a unimaginable plan," posting specialist Nancy Kogevinas of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties said. She declined to remark on the purchaser.

The house was worked in 2014 for Kinka Usher, 62, an overseer of TV ads, the article said. 

 Mr. Usher was roused by the Alhambra, which was constructed fundamentally somewhere in the range of 1238 and 1358, on a youth excursion to Spain.