Ellen moves on from her $11m farm

Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi. Photo: Reuters. Ellen DeGeneres and Melbourne-born Portia de Rossi, have sold their California getaway for $US10.85 million ($11.65 million).
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The property as having eight private cottages, a tennis court, an art barn, yoga pavilion, stables, dressage area and a windmill.

Talk show host Ellen DeGeneres and her actor wife, Melbourne-born Portia de Rossi, have sold their California getaway for $US10.85 million ($11.65 million). The equestrian estate, Hidden Valley Farm, was bought by the couple in 2009 for $US8.5 million, a year after they were married at their Beverley Hills home.

Marketing by Sotheby’s pitched the 10.5-hectare property as having eight private cottages, a tennis court, an art barn, yoga pavilion, stables, dressage area and a windmill.

The couple put it up for sale in 2011 for $US16.5 million, but after nine months it was taken off the market, according to the Los Angeles Times.

It was relisted in June for $US11 million, which was upped to $US12.995 million in July. It was reported sold last week. In August, the couple sold a Beverly Hills two-bedroom penthouse for $US843,000.

The couple have bought a Santa Barbara estate for $US26.5 million.

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