Inside Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek’s rare personal items left at his $7M mansion

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JEOPARDY! fanatics have flocked to Alex Trebek’s stunning mansion to get their hands on some of his personal items.

An estate sale began Friday and is taking place until Sunday at the much-loved host’s house in Los Angeles.

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Alex Trebek’s massive estate is currently having a sale where you can buy anything he ownedCredit: BackGrid
Hundreds of fans have already made the pilgrimage to his Studio City home

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Hundreds of fans have already made the pilgrimage to his Studio City homeCredit: BackGrid

After his daughter listed the $7m Studio City mansion for sale, fans have been invited into the home of one of TV’s most famous faces.

Up for grabs is a huge range of personal items which fans can rummage through.

The house itself is currently listed at $7m

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The house itself is currently listed at $7mCredit: BackGrid

Jeopardy! fanatics can own anything the late host owned including paintings, shoes, clothes, art, fine China, awards he’s received over his legendary career, and more.

The estate sale also gives fans a chance to look around Alex’s sprawling 10,000-square-foot home.

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Pictures have shown fans rummaging through rows up rows of books, inspecting the home bar, and even the shoes and suits that he wore filming the game show’s episodes on what is now called The Alex Trebek Stage.

Fans can now even dress like the game show icon

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Fans can now even dress like the game show iconCredit: BackGrid

Other curiosities on sale include Alex’s coin collection, hockey jerseys, and satchels.

Even his bed is up for grabs.

Images from the sale showcased the stunning house which features a breathtaking imperial staircase, antique furnishings, and tranquil gardens.

Alex lived here until his death in 2020

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Alex lived here until his death in 2020Credit: BackGrid
The house is full of unique items

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The house is full of unique itemsCredit: BackGrid

HOME SWEET HOME

Alex lived at the home with his wife, Jean Currivan, until his passing in 2020.

He was married to Jean, now 58, for 30 years after the pair tied the knot in 1990.

The legendary game show host sadly lost his battle with stage four pancreatic cancer on November 8, 2020.

“Jeopardy is saddened to share that Alex Trebek passed away peacefully at home early this morning, surrounded by family and friends. Thank you, Alex,” the show tweeted at the time.

Since Alex’s passing, the beloved game show has continued with various hosts.

Currently, former champion Ken Jennings is sharing hosting duties with The Big Bang Theory star Mayim Bialik.

A decision on a permanent host is expected to be announced later this year.

Alex was married to Jean Currivan for 30 years

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Alex was married to Jean Currivan for 30 yearsCredit: Getty
The stage where the game show is filmed is now named in his honor

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The stage where the game show is filmed is now named in his honorCredit: AP
Former champion Ken Jennings is a likely contender to be the next permanent host of Jeopardy!

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Former champion Ken Jennings is a likely contender to be the next permanent host of Jeopardy!Credit: ABC

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