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After nearly a decade of ownership, the late night talk show host and comedian is selling his Hollywood Knolls home. The house offers five bedrooms — one converted to a professional sound studio with a recording booth — and a kitchen worthy of a five-star restaurant.

The 3,605-square-foot home, which was built in the 1940s (the Los Angeles neighborhood dates all the way back to the 1920s), is listed for $2.3 million. That actually seems relatively affordable by celebrity home standards.

Keep reading to take a tour of Jimmy Kimmel's former home.