The couple has sold their idyllic horse ranch in Thousand Oaks, Calif., according to real estate website Zillow.com.
Per the report, the picture-perfect property sold for $10.85 million—just six weeks after the celebrity home hit the market. It was first listed for $10.995 million, but received a price increase to $12.995 million before ultimately selling for lower than the original listing price.
Designed by Ellen, who is known for her passion for decorating, the beautiful home was featured in Elle Décor after the couple purchased the property in 2009.
The 26-acre Hidden Valley estate holds two barns and eight guest cabins, each designed in a different mood. DeGeneres previously said that No. 6 is "very much like Belgium" and No. 8 is "more contemporary." Each cabin also features a range of high-end custom furnishings.
"When we bought the place, it was a professional horse facility," DeGeneres told Elle Décor in April. "But it was really not taken care of."
Of course, DeGeneres swiftly gave the property a makeover, redesigning the ranch and transforming the property into a rustic yet sophisticated haven.
"I thought it might take Ellen five years to finish the project and she did it in one," de Rossi told the mag. "It was shocking!"
Located just north of Los Angeles, the home also has a unique past, having been a monastery, rehab center and the house of actor William Powell.
The impressive property is perfect for horse enthusiasts and features redesigned stables (Portia herself is a keen equestrian) in addition to picturesque riding rings.
There's even a screened yoga pavilion on the property, as well as plenty of beautiful designed terraces which provide stunning views of the Santa Monica mountains.
So where is the couple headed?
They reportedly dropped $26.5 million on a gorgeous property in Montecito, Calif.
And then it's no telling where they're off to next!
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