Ready for a change of scenery! After months spent hunkering down in her elegant abode, Ariel Winter decided to part with the property she's called home for the last three-and-a-half years.
In November, the 22-year-old actress sold the 5,100-square-foot pad for $2.8 million, just about $100,000 more than what she had paid for it in 2016.
Located in the celeb-heavy L.A. neighborhood of Studio City, the contemporary yet homey residence is more than equipped to accommodate a high-profile tenant. The five-bedroom, five-and-a-half bath house is hidden behind a tall hedge and outfitted with a state-of-the-art security system, complete with eight cameras.
With a formal living room and dining room, as well as several casual lounging areas, two game rooms and an office, the two-story place provided plenty of space for the sitcom star and her pack of pups — though that didn't stop her from seeking an upgrade.
Winter recently put down $3.5 million for her new home: a 5,400-square-foot similar farmhouse-style dwelling nearby that also boasts a poolside guesthouse.
Hey, if you have the money, why not spend lockdown living in just a little more luxury!
Scroll through the gallery for more pics of her incredible place.
Pull up a chair: With a pool, hot tub, barbecue area and plenty of seating, the backyard was made for entertaining.
Deck the halls! Last year, the actress decorated her courtyard entry for the holiday season.
The dining room — featuring a glass table, modern artwork and a tasteful chandelier — shows off Ariel's impeccable taste.
The star posed in the family room, which comes with a grey polished marble fireplace and built-in cabinets, on election night.
A chef's dream! The gourmet kitchen includes marble counters, stainless appliances and brass sink fixtures.
Suddenly, quarantine doesn't seem so bad...
Self-care central: The master bath boasts a lounging chair alongside the soaking tub and steam shower.
Gang's all here! Ariel cuddled up to her four canines in the grassy yard to celebrate National Dog Day in August.
The downstairs game room houses a foosball table and TV, while the upstairs one has a red pool table.