Chelsea Handler Goes for the Last Laugh on Her Luxe Bel-Air Home

It looks as if the comedian Chelsea Handler has been a bit ambivalent about selling her posh Bel-Air home over the past couple of years—and we can understand why. Who would be in a rush to let go of such a gorgeous lair?

But now she’s getting a little more serious about taking her final bow. The home’s price has dropped by almost half a million, and it’s now available for $10.5 million.

Originally built in 1964 as a midcentury modern, the place was purchased by Handler in 2010 for $5,942,500.

She proceeded to make an array of upgrades, and the home now measures 5,572 square feet, with six bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms.

Handler turned the residence into a modern masterpiece, and has been trying to sell it since 2018, when it hit the market for $11.5 million. It’s been on and off the market at gradually reduced prices ever

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Inter warn Tottenham Skriniar not for sale & play down links with Chelsea defender Alonso

Inter sporting director Piero Ausilio has confirmed they have received contact from Tottenham about centre-back Milan Skriniar but insists that the in-demand defender “is not on the market”.

Slovakia international Skriniar has been heavily linked with a move to the Premier League, as Jose Mourinho seeks extra reinforcements for his side as they battle to return to the Champions League.

Inter, managed by Antonio Conte, are expected to be busy heading into the final days of the summer transfer window, with players such as Skriniar’s fellow central defender, Mateo Ranocchia, linked with a move to fellow Serie A side Genoa.

Ausilio, however, says neither man will be leaving San Siro before October 5, when the window closes, and that they have always rebuffed Spurs’ overtures with the north London side yet to make an offer to really turn any heads in Milan.

Ausilio told Sky in Italy: “Ranocchia remains. There

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