The Tonight Show Host Jay Leno’s House in Beverly Hills

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by Valery Stone on May 20, 2014

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Host of “The Tonight Show” and avid car collector, as well as an Emmy-winning comedian and writer, Jay Leno, owns this house where he lives with his family. This 6,399 square foot single family home has 5 bedrooms and 6.0 bathrooms. It is located in Beverly Hills, California. The nearest schools are Hawthorne Elementary, Emerson Middle School and Moreno High.  The home was built in 1978, on a 23,806 sq ft/0.55 acres size lot.

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