It’s official. Ellen DeGeneres’ sprawling Santa Barbara home could be yours -- if your pockets are deep enough.

The "Ellen" television talk show host has listed her palatial villa in Southern California for a cool $45 million. DeGeneres has shared the estate with partner Portia De Rossi since 2012 and recently listed the home, People Magazine reported Monday.

The celebrity first purchased the 10,500 square-foot home for an original $26.5 million. The property almost doubled in price when DeGeneres also bought two additional properties adjacent to the home. The entire property now counts almost 17 acres, the celebrity news outlet reported.

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“The house is always surprising. It reveals itself to you in new ways every day,” DeGeneres told Sotheby’s via People Magazine. “It’s not overly manicured or tidy. It’s not overly precious or perfect. And it’s a home that manages to be both spacious and cozy at once.”

For more than two decades, DeGeneres has made a habit of purchasing, renovating and listing homes in Southern California.

The stone Tuscan villa in Santa Barbara boasts views of both the ocean and the mountains and was designed in the ‘30s by architect Wallace Frost, who was inspired by classic 17th-century Italian villas, according to Sotheby’s.

The six-bedroom Montecito estate also includes six bathrooms, a media room, nine fireplaces (for those undoubtedly chilly Californian evenings), a formal dining room space and multiple libraries and gardens.

DeGeneres played a big role in the renovations of the home by adding a guest house called “Jordan Hall,” a lap pool and a tennis court. The property also features a Roman-style swimming pool and numerous fountains and sculptures.  

“If you think of your home as a canvas – regardless of its style of architecture – you can put anything on it,” DeGeneres said of remodeling. “I tend to keep painting the painting until it’s so done, there’s nothing left to do.”