Kaley Cuoco faces USD 600,000 loss on LA mansion sale

Published: Aug 28, 2019, 18:33 IST | IANS |

Kaley Cuoco is taking a hit in the real estate biz. She is selling her plush mansion in the posh Los Angeles neighbourhood of Tarzana for a loss of over USD 600,000

File image of Kaley Cuoco. Image sourced from mid-day archives
File image of Kaley Cuoco. Image sourced from mid-day archives

Big Bang Theory star Kaley Cuoco is taking a hit in the real estate biz. She is selling her plush mansion in the posh Los Angeles neighbourhood of Tarzana for a loss of over USD 600,000. Kaley bought the six-bedroom house in 2014 for $5.5 million from Khloé Kardashian but the the property is priced at USD 4.895 million today, reports "variety".

Located in an exclusive enclave with eight other gigantic mansions, Kaley's Mediterranean-style villa is spread across 7,977 square feet feet. It has an imposing wrought iron gate, a huge parking lot and a tropically-landscaped design, according to the "variety" report. The house has black-and-white textured walls, spacious living areas with jewel-toned furnishing, shaded patios, an outdoor kitchen and a swimming pool and spa.

Kaley is among Hollywood's most successful televsision stars right now. She made around $24.5 million last year, according to "Forbes". She made her mark in "Big Bang Theory" and "Charmed", and is now comingup with a new series titled "The Flight Attendant". Kaley has created and executive-produced the upcoming HBO Max series, apart from starring in it.

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