The two-time Oscar winner reportedly purchased the property in 2011 for nearly $12 million

By Madison Roberts
April 15, 2019 11:03 AM

Jodie Foster has sold her Beverly Hills mansion for nearly double the price she paid for it.

In 2012, the Silence of the Lambs actress purchased the 7,500-square-foot abode for $7.5 million, but recently sold it for $14.9 million Variety reports. The abode was first listed in February for $15.9 million with David Kramer of Hilton & Hyland, a Christie's International Real Estate Affiliate.

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The 1950s two-story traditional home boasts five bedrooms and seven bathrooms — two half and five full — and is situated on just over half an acre.

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Inside, the house features ample room for entertaining, with a sprawling formal living room outfitted with numerous french doors that open onto a brick terrace, alongside a media room and formal dining space.

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The exterior space features gardens, an in-ground pool, and views of Los Angeles and the Pacific Ocean.

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The spacious chef's kitchen and casual dining area seamlessly connect indoors and out.

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Upstairs, the home's luxurious master suite has vaulted ceilings with exposed beams, its own fireplace, and a private deck that's also accessible from the en suite master bath.

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According to Variety, the two-time Oscar winner has a history of buying and selling luxurious homes in the Los Angeles area. In 2014, she reportedly let go of a property that she first purchased in 1995 in the sought after Bird Streets neighborhood for a little under $5 million.

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In 2011, Foster reportedly sold a home directly behind the celeb-favorite Beverly Hills Hotel for $8.3 million. Her former house was reportedly torn down, and that plot now holds a seven-bedroom, twelve-bath villa, which is currently for sale at nearly $39 million, but has languished on the market for almost four years.