“South Park” co-creator Trey Parker buys Brentwood bachelor pad

The Hollywood producer paid $6M for the pad

Apr.April 17, 2019 08:00 AM
Trey Parker and his new home (Credit: Getty Images and Zillow)

The force behind hit animated show “South Park” has found a new place to call home.

Following a divorce from his wife of five years, Trey Parker has paid $6.2 million for a newly built pad in Brentwood, the Los Angeles Times reported. The home listed last November asking $6.5 million.

Located on Anita Avenue, the home spans 5,330 square feet and includes four bedrooms. The modern residence also boasts a temperature-controlled wine cellar, porcelain wall, office and swimming pool with spa.

Rodeo Realty’s Adi Livyatan and Oren Barkan brokered the deal.

Parker and Matt Stone created “South Park” in 1997. In addition to the show’s 22 season-run, Parker co-wrote and co-directed “The Book of Mormon.”

Earlier this month, Guggenheim Partners executive Andrew Rosenfield paid $34 million to acquire an 8,600-square-foot home in Brentwood. The seller was Bruce Karsh, CEO of L.A.-based Oaktree Capital Management. [LAT]Natalie Hoberman

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