After roughly a year of ownership, Annie Potts is looking to cut loose from her slice of Sherman Oaks. A trust tied to the “Ghostbusters” actress has listed the 1950s Midcentury home for $1.795 million.
She shelled out $1.61 million for the property in late 2017, according to the Multiple Listing Service.
Beamed ceilings hang over open living spaces in the relaxed interior, which draws light through clerestory windows and walls of glass. Highlights include a dining area, breakfast nook and an expansive living room with a white-painted brick fireplace – one of two in the home.
Through sliding glass doors, the common spaces expand to a turf-lined backyard with a patio and saltwater swimming pool.
Three bedrooms and two bathrooms finish off the 2,194-square-foot floor plan.
Imraan Ali of Compass holds the listing.
Potts, 66, received a Golden Globe nomination for her debut film, “Corvette Summer,” and went on to star in “Heartaches,” “Ghostbusters” and “Pretty in Pink,” as well as voice the role of Bo Peep in the “Toy Story” franchise.
As of late, she stars in the CBS sitcom “Young Sheldon.”