You Have To Cer-see Inside Lena Headey’s $1.945 Million Home — House of the Day


While Cersei Lannister keeps her eyes on the Iron Throne, Lena Headey is on the move. The British actor is selling her Sherman Oaks home for $1.945 million (we’re not sure how much that is in Gold Dragons).

Headey purchased the property in 2014 for $790,000 and has made some extensive updates in the past three years. Dwell featured the home in their October 2016 issue, and noted that she was closely involved in the process, “working with a builder to transform it into an airy retreat that combines elements from England, the south of France, and one of her favorite spots on earth: Ibiza.”

“I just wanted the house to feel like I’m on holiday,” she said. “There are no goblets, but there are some wine glasses.”

As you can see in the gallery above, the Game of Thrones star is not afraid of bold tile in the kitchen or bathroom, which definitely adds to the globetrotting feel of the space.

The 2,922 square foot five bedroom, five bath has a smaller footprint than your average celebrity home, and that’s how Headey likes it. “In England, we live in boxes that you pay millions for,” she told Dwell. “So when I got to L.A., I was like, ‘My god, everything is huge.'”

The mid-century home was stripped to the studs and rebuilt with the original concrete block and reclaimed hemlock. “Visually, I like the simplicity of midcentury design. I like the lines of it more than the other styles you see here in L.A.,” she said.

The kitchen has sliding doors that open onto the backyard, complete with a salt water pool, drought tolerant landscaping, and an outdoor shower for those vacation vibes—It definitely is more like Dorne than King’s Landing.

The property is currently listed for $1.945 million.

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