Kathy Griffin‘s home will cost you more than a joke.
The Emmy- and Grammy-winning comedian has listed her gated mansion in Bel-Air for $15.99 million, according to the Los Angeles Times. If it sells for that price, it would mean a roughly $5.5 million profit for Griffin, known for her reality show “Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List.”
The property runs no fewer than 13,377 square feet, with the master suite alone having a 1,100-square-foot balcony. The additional eight bedrooms inside all come with ensuite bathrooms.
Griffin’s home, which she bought in 2016, opens to a two-story entryway graced in part with oval windows. Arched doorways then lead into her home’s entertaining areas. A spacious chef’s kitchen with two islands and stainless steel appliances opens into the great room, which has a fireplace. Beamed ceilings hang above both of these areas.
There’s another fireplace in that master suite, same in the home office — and additional fittings inside include a formal dining room, a movie theater, a wine cellar and a bonus room.
The grounds run just over a half acre, and the indoor perks extend outside. They include a 25,000-gallon infinity-edge pool, a dining area and a pavilion with lounge space.
At one point, she referred to the mansion and all its “over-the-top” features and “ridiculous rooms” as her revenge on a society that didn’t always embrace her — especially after her controversial video depicting a beheading of President Donald Trump.
“It’s a big middle finger to Hollywood and all of Beverly Hills and other snooty neighborhoods where I don’t really belong,” she told People in 2016.
Josh and Matt Altman of Douglas Elliman are marketing this listing.