Tricia Helfer has sold her home in Hollywood Hills West for an astounding $2 million. Built in 1959, the gated contemporary home features wood beam ceilings, an office, five bedrooms, five bathrooms, a sauna and 3,641 square feet of living space.
Helfer, 39, originally paid $950,000 for the Sunset Strip property way back in 2002. The actress asked more than $2.135 million when she listed the 3,641-square-foot home in 2011. However, the Los Angeles Times reports Helfer’s residence ultimately sold for $2 million.
Michael Nourmand and Adam Sires of Nourmand & Associates in Beverly Hills were the listing agents. Myra Nourmand of the same office represented the buyer.
Located just south of Laurel Canyon Park, the updated Hollywood Hills home offers an open floor plan with hardwood floors, recessed lighting and a gourmet dining room. A posh master suite, one of five bedrooms and five baths, comes complete with views of the surrounding canyons. Outside, an inclusive backyard setting features a sizable patio, pool, spa and outdoor fireplace.
Best known for her role as the buxom Cylon Number Six on the acclaimed series, Helfer got back to her sci-fi roots as a voice actor on Disney’s “Tron: Uprising.” She was also recently tapped to play the lead in the upcoming ABC drama “Killer Women,” in which she will portray a divorced beauty queen turned Chuck Norris.