As did her run as America's Sweetheart, so has ended her run as owner of this Bel-Air mansion.
The palatial spread was listed and then taken off the market when it failed to sell for $19.5 million back in 2008; but, just a couple months after becoming available this time, the six-bedroom, seven-bathroom home has now sold for a little over $11.1 million.
This actress originally purchased the bachelorette pad in 2000, when she was going through a high-profile divorce, but spent the last year leasing it out for $40,000 a month.
So, who's got escrow?
Sure enough, Meg Ryan has moved on from the first L.A. home she lived in after splitting from Dennis Quaid after nine years of marriage. Property records show that she paid $8.995 million for it in 2000 and listed it in April for $11.4 million.
The Spanish-style home was built in 1931 and—while period details like stenciled beam ceilings and intricate ironwork remain—has been fully restored with top-of-the-line appliances, a screening room, four fireplaces (including one in the guest house) and a pub room.
There are two family rooms, a dining pavilion and a swimming pool, and French doors lead from the house onto an open-air balcony. Which is nice, considering the property boasts both city and ocean views.