Actress Nicollette Sheridan, of "Desperate Housewives" fame, has sold an income property in Bel-Air for $2,724,650 — more than double what she bought it for nearly three decades ago.
Sheridan bought the 2,731-square-foot ranch house in 1989 for $1.15 million and, in recent years, had leased it out for as much as $13,500 a month. She had been asking $2.95 million for the home.
Tucked against the hillside on 1.5 acres, the property centers on a single-story retreat with high ceilings, French doors and Spanish paver floors. A formal living room with a brick fireplace, a dining area, an office and a tiled kitchen are among the common areas.
The master suite has another fireplace, oversized walk-in closets and French doors that open to a private patio. There are three bedrooms and three bathrooms as well as a guest house with a separate entrance across the grounds.
A swimming pool, a covered brick patio with a barbecue and a lawn complete the setting.
David Parnes and James Harris of The Agency were the listing agents. Marlene Okulick of Sotheby's International Realty represented the buyer. Hat tip to TMZ for first spotting the sale.
Sheridan, 52, made a name for herself on the comedy-drama series "Desperate Housewives" (2004-09) and "Knots Landing" (1986-93). Among her film credits is "Let's Kill Ward's Wife" (2014), "Beverly Hills Ninja" (1997) and "Spy Hard" (1996).