Now that her “Nashville” character has seen the axe, Connie Britton is buying homes closer to Tinseltown.
The actress dropped nearly $3.1 million for a Paul Williams-designed Mediterranean Villa on Live Oak Drive in Los Feliz, Variety reported.
Built in 1926, the 4,100-square-foot property has four bedrooms and four bathrooms. A swimming pool, lush gardens, fruit trees and patio can be found outside. Views of the Griffith Park Observatory surround the home.
The home has remained in the hands of a family trust since 1992, when it traded hands for $975,000, records show.
Roberta Collins of Keller Williams had the listing. John Galich of Rodeo Realty represented the buyer.
Britton became a household name thanks to her role as the wine-loving “Tami Taylor” on NBC’s “Friday Night Lights.” Other roles include “American Horror Story,” “Nashville,” and “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl.” The actress also owns homes in Beachwood Canyon, Texas, Tennessee and New York. [Variety] – Natalie Hoberman