Hollywood starlet Winona Ryder has sold her long time home in Sunset Strip, Los Angeles for $3,725,000.
The two story house, wrapped in towering privacy hedges and dripping in wisteria vines and prickly but pretty bougainvillea, measures 3,765 square feet space, according to the listing information.
The Spanish-style house, built in 1936, has four-bedrooms with four Art Deco bathrooms. The kitchen and breakfast room open to a patio area and swimming pool.
In March 1998, Ryder had purchased her 1936 abode for $2,600,000. The home was formerly owned by one time model and actress Angie Everhart and, before her, Bernie Taupin, otherwise known and Elton John's songwriting collaborator, the Real Estalker reported quoting Movieland Directory.
The house, listed on the market with an asking price of $4,095,000, has a hacienda style courtyard in a brick herringbone pattern and outdoor fireplace along with a kidney-shaped pool, according to the Real Estalker.
The home features with the Malibu tiles, the curved staircase and the Art Deco bathrooms. The living room picture windows and pub overlook the front yard.
Aileen Comora and Paul Lester of Westside Estate Agency, Beverly Hills, had the listing, according to the MLS. Eli Karon of Teles Properties, Beverly Hills, represented the buyer.
Ryder, now 39, has played roles in movies such as 'Beetlejuice', 'Heathers', 'Great Balls of Fire!', 'Edward Scissorhands', 'Mermaids', 'The Age of Innocence', 'Little Women', 'Alien Resurrection', 'Autumn in New York', and 'Girl, Interrupted'.
Ryder won a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress and an Academy Award nomination in the same category for her role in 'The Age of Innocence' in 1993, as well as another Academy Award nomination for 'Little Women' the following year for Best Actress.
Her career was interrupted, when she was caught shoplifting $5,500 worth of clothes from Saks Fifth Avenue department store in 2001. She was convicted of grand theft and vandalism and sentenced to probation and community service as well as fined.