The Daytime Emmy winner restored the 1933 Mediterranean revival estate and sold because she ready to move on to a new project.
The 4,533-square-foot house, designed by architect Horatio W. Bishop, features period details including leaded stained-glass windows and decoratively painted ceiling beams. The entry rotunda is replicated in the lower level guest suite and leads to a terrace. The master suite, one of four bedrooms, has a round walk-in closet. Five bathrooms feature custom tile work. There is a three-car garage.
Stafford, who turns 46 on Sept. 14, joined the soap opera in 1994.
Public records show she bought the property in 2007 for $2.525 million and listed it last year for $2.449 million.
Andrew Manning of Prudential California Realty, Sherman Oaks, and Stephanie Vitacco, Coldwell Banker, Woodland Hills, were the listing agents. Marc Silver of Sotheby's Beverly Hills office represented the buyer.
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