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‘Star Trek: Voyager’ star Jeri Ryan boldly buys Toluca Lake farmhouse

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Actress Jeri Ryan of “Star Trek: Voyager” fame has paid $3.25 million for a newly built home in Toluca Lake.
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Jeri Ryan, known for her role as Seven of Nine on the television show “Star Trek: Voyager,” has bought a newly built home in Toluca Lake for $3.25 million.

Tucked behind black fencing, the contemporary farmhouse-style home has 6,300 square feet of crisp white interior paired with wide-plank wood floors. The dining room features a pair of gold-hued wine walls that bookend a floor-to-ceiling fireplace. The chef’s kitchen, which has a pantry and wide island, opens to the family room. Tiered recliners fill the subdued home theater.

A total of six bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms include a multi-room master suite. There’s also an office.


Sliding glass doors open to a covered patio in the backyard. A swimming pool with a spa, a pool house, lawn and landscaping fill out the grounds.

The property originally came up for sale last year for $4.499 million and was more recently listed at $3.499 million, records show. Within the last 30 days, based on seven sales, the median price for homes in the Greater Toluca Lake area was $1.2 million, up 83.2% compared with last year, according to Redfin.

Since the “Voyager” finale in 2001, Ryan has stayed busy with television roles on “Shark,” “Leverage” and “Body of Proof.” More recently, she appeared as Veronica Allen on the Amazon detective show “Bosch.”

Danielle Peretz of the Agency was the listing agent. Elizabeth Friedman, also with the Agency, represented the buyer, according to the MLS.

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