Although fans of Jo Koy might describe the comedian as approachable, funny, and relatable, among many others, the actor’s most recent real estate deal is anything but. According to Dirt, the Easter Sunday star recently purchased a stunning Las Vegas home with his sister, Gemma Herbert Simmons, worth a whopping $10 million.
The home, built in 2011, has an exterior made up of gray metal mesh that gives utopian vibes in all the best ways. Per the listing, the place is an “architectural masterpiece” and includes four bedrooms, four bathrooms and an equal number of powder rooms spanning over 8,200 square feet.
Per Dirt, the interior of the home hopes to “soften the home’s hard edges” with warm and inviting elements like a Buddha statue, several fire features, unique water elements, a Zen garden and a grassy area to meditate or do yoga. Other highlights of the home also include a magnetic latch front door and an immense chandelier that comprises hundreds of light bulbs.
Spaces of the home also include a basement-level wine cellar, a second-floor entertaining deck complete with a bar and a fire feature, a dark-bottom infinity-edge pool and a detached pool house or family room. As revealed by the broker, the pool house is also connected to an office that overlooks the neighboring golf course and a private gym.
Check out some pictures of the home below, and for more head to Dirt‘s complete coverage!
Modern to the Max
Just by looking at the gray mesh that covers the top half of the home, we could totally picture this house in a utopian movie like Divergent or Maze Runner.
What a View
Koy’s new place is located within a swanky golf and resort community in the upscale Summerlin suburb and he can see it all even from his master bedroom.
Although the home has many elements to marvel at, this impressive light bulb fixture in the middle of the zigzagging glass-railed staircase definitely takes the cake for the home’s centerpiece.