Ellen DeGeneres has sold her Beverly Hills estate for $US47 million ($A62 million) after a little more than a month on the market, according to media reports.
The talk show host and her Australian wife Portia de Rossi listed the 929-square-metre mansion for an initial asking price of $US53.5 million ($A70 million), the Los Angeles Times reports.
The pair made a paper profit of $US4.5 million, despite accepting a reduced offer from the unknown buyer.
It has become the second-highest sale in southern California this year after another property in the area was auctioned for $US51 million.
The power couple bought the five-bedroom, nine-bathroom mansion from Maroon 5’s Adam Levine for $US42.5 million in May 2019.
The home, which was originally built in 1933, sits just above Sunset Boulevard and features a swimming pool, a tennis court and a bar.
The ivy-covered home was refurbished in 2020, according to the listing, with a floor plan that includes a library, a chef’s kitchen, a movie room, gym and a separate guest house.
DeGeneres and De Rossi have become somewhat of a flipping powerhouse, renovating and selling this sprawling property in less than a year.
They have form renovating homes of such proportions, also selling a Bali-inspired retreat in Montecito, California, for $US33.3 million in November as well as a Tudor-style house in the same suburb to pop star Ariana Grande for $US6.75 million.
DeGeneres, 63, has hosted her own talk show since 2003, collecting multiple awards, including Emmys, Golden Globes and Grammys, and received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2016.