American TV host Ellen DeGeneres and her wife Portia de Rossi just purchased two neighboring parcels of land in Santa Barbara County.
The estate comprises a $41.7 million Tuscan farmhouse-style mansion and an adjacent 6.6-acre lot priced at $28.2 million.
The total damage was $69.9 million, making it the most expensive sale in the history of the county.
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DeGeneres bought the 22-acre oceanfront property from a retired hedge fund manager who initially listed the home for $100+ million.
The property is also known as the ‘Sanctuary at Look Point’ and it comprises three individual, albeit adjacent, lots on Padaro Lane.
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In addition to the Tuscan-style house, the lot also includes another, smaller home and a lake.
Last but definitely not least, the property has direct access to the beach via a private trail.
The main home draws its inspiration from traditional Tuscan villas, with stone archways and bronze windows.
It even has custom copper gutters imported from Italy.
The mansion offers over 9,000 square feet of living space, with five bedrooms and eight bathrooms.
It also has two spas, an outdoor kitchen, a swimming pool, a wine cellar and a home theater.
This home is the latest addition to Ellen DeGeneres’ real estate portfolio.
The TV star famously flips homes on a regular basis.
At the time of writing, DeGeneres and de Rossi own a $5.8 million cottage and a $14.3 million ranch in Montecito, California, and a $29 million home in Bel Air.
About Ellen DeGeneres
Ellen DeGeneres is an American comedian, actress and TV host.
She began her television career in the 1980s before moving on to the big screen with appearances in The Love Letter (1999), Finding Nemo (2003), and Finding Dory (2006).
Since 1994, she has hosted several talk shows, including the award-winning Ellen DeGeneres Show on NBC.