Game of Thrones' Emilia Clarke Sells Venice, Calif., Home for $4.4 Million — See Inside!

Mackenzie Schmidt
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Emilia Clarke may be loyal to House Targaryen, but she has no problem cutting ties with her house in Venice, California. The Game of Thrones alum, 34, has sold her modern 2-bedroom, 3-bath for $4.4 million, PEOPLE confirms.

Juliette Hohnen from Douglas Elliman and Ruby Fay of Pinnacle Estate Properties held the listing.

The 2,817-square-foot home makes the most of a slim plot (just .12 acres) in the desirable beach community. The soaring living spaces open via retractable glass walls onto multiple landscaped terraces and a 30-foot lap pool located in a central courtyard.

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Neue Focus/Douglas Elliman

Neue Focus/Douglas Elliman

The 2009 build was "designed with privacy in mind," according to the listing, which also dubs the residence a "secluded escape," perfect for a celebrity hideaway in the city.

Special features include a custom kitchen with soapstone counters, a floating staircase, a 15-foot wall of built-in bookcases and an 80-year-old olive tree shading the patio.

Neue Focus/Douglas Elliman

Neue Focus/Douglas Elliman

Clarke reportedly purchased the home for $4.64 million in 2016, according to the Observer, meaning she's taking an approximately $200,000 loss on the recent sale. She had also listed the home for rent, asking $25,000 per month, in April 2019, the outlet reports.

The actress later listed the home for sale for $4.995 in August 2020, Variety reports.

Neue Focus/Douglas Elliman

Neue Focus/Douglas Elliman

Clarke has been keeping busy in her native U.K., most recently by going sky diving to celebrate her 34th birthday.

"What could match the profound existential terror of another birthday? Jumping out of a goddamn plane is what," Clarke captioned her October Instagram post.

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The slideshow of photos show the star screaming and smiling widely as she is strapped up in flying gear. She added the fitting hashtag, #whosaysyoucanonlyflydragons.