image of mike myers soho penthouse

It finally sold.

Three must be the magic number for funnyman Mike Myers. It took him three years to sell his sun-filled SoHo penthouse, and the final price was some $3 million below the original asking number of $16.95 million, according to the Real Deal. Exactly who paid $13.2 million for Myers’ place is unknown.

Myers told the Wall Street Journal that he chose the home for its 14-foot ceilings, and because the building is one floor higher than most surrounding structures. Myers paid $7.9 million for the home in 2007, not long after he was divorced from his first wife, producer and comedy writer Robin Ruzan. Myers then married Kelly Tisdale in 2010 and they grew to a family of five by 2015. Perhaps the 4,204-square-foot duplex was growing a little cramped by then. Take a look at the inside:

Set atop a boutique condo building with a 24-hour doorman on one of the most famous, cobblestoned streets in SoHo, the penthouse boasts a large living room with a fireplace at one end and a wall of custom-crafted bookshelves at the other. The adjoining kitchen features maple and aluminum cabinets and stone countertops.

Myers has earned a fortune since moving on from his Emmy award-winning work on “Saturday Night Live” to mega-hit movies like the “Austin Powers” series and voiceover work in “Shrek.”

In 2014, he told GQ magazine that he rented a separate studio space to work in. Working at home wasn’t “a good idea,” Myers said. “It’s a lose-lose for everyone.”

Meanwhile, the native Canadian purchased a $1.65 million estate on Lake Champlain in Colchester, VT, in 2014. The 5,000-square-foot residence is situated on a secluded bluff outside of Burlington. And when he’s not hanging out at home, he evidently keeps his funny side going by photobombing weddings. Yeah, baby!

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