Craig Ferguson waved goodbye to his gig as the host of CBS’ “The Late Late Show” just six months ago. Now, he’s checking out of his Hollywood home as well.
The Scottish comedian, who’s been spending his time on stand-up and hosting the syndicated game show “Celebrity Name Game,” has listed the luxe Beachwood Canyon compound for $ 5.495 million, according to listings website Trulia.
The massive eight-bedroom, nine-bathroom pad totals 6,766 square feet and has a library, a gym, a swimming pool, a kid’s playground, a dog run, two guest houses and stellar views of downtown Los Angeles and the nearby canyons.
It’s also double gated for ultimate security.
But Ferguson, who shared the pad with his wife, art dealer Megan Wallace-Cunningham, and his young son Liam, likely isn’t going far.
He recently snagged a three-bed, four-bath home in Malibu‘s uber-chic Cove Colony neighborhood, according to information from Trulia.
Asked recently if he missed the daily grind of late night television, Ferguson said nay.
The home is asking nearly $ 5.5 million
Craig Ferguson’s California home is on the market
“I thought I’d miss it more, actually. But I don’t, I really don’t,” he told the Toronto Sun.
“I’m kind of very happy to not be doing it anymore, which makes me convinced that it was the right time for me to get out. Ten years of doing that thing, that’s enough.”
British transplant James Cordon took over the show earlier this year to wide acclaim.
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