‘SNL’ Alum David Spade Buys $9.5 Million Newport Beach New Build

According to property records, David Spade paid $9.5 million for a spec home in Newport Beach's Corona Del Mar neighborhood. 

According to PropertyShark records, the 59-year-old actor and comedian bought the house in mid-December using a trust he has previously used to buy properties, including a Beverly Hills home he owned for more than 20 years. 

The single-level contemporary home in the affluent Cameo Highlands community boasts "unending Pacific and Catalina sunset views," according to the ad. 

According to the listing with Brenda McCroskey of Compass, the residence is a testament to California living, with ocean vistas, an open floor plan, plenty of windows, and an indoor-outdoor lifestyle. She declined to respond. 

Nicholson Companies is building the mansion that was designed by architect Mark Teale. According to the listing, Spade will be able to collaborate with the firm on customizing the property. 

Representatives for the "Saturday Night Live" alumnus and movie star of "Tommy Boy" and "Joe Dirt" did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

According to the description, there are four bedrooms, including a principal suite that has access to the covered terrace, ocean views, a fireplace, a walk-in closet, and a spa-like bathroom.

The property also has access to four private beaches, including Crystal Cove State Beach and Arch Rock Beach, as well as hiking trails and world-class golf at Pelican Hill, according to the description. Laguna Beach and Newport Beach are both a few minutes away.

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