SAN FRANCISCO—Actress Winona Ryder has sold her San Francisco home for just under $5 million.
Ryder first purchased the Victorian home 25 years ago for $1.3 million. According to Realtor.com, the house is 59.73 percent more expensive than properties that are nearby.
Located in Cow Hollow and built in 1902, the house has 3,140 square feet and has views of the Golden Gate Bridge, the Bay Area, and Alcatraz Island. In addition, the two-story house has a total of 7 rooms, which includes 3 bedrooms.
Winona Laura Horowitz — professionally known as Winona Ryder — is an actress who has starred in movies like “Beetlejuice” (1988), “The Last Word” (2008), and “A Scanner Darkly (2006)” and “Girl, Interrupted.” Ryder currently plays Joyce Byers on the Netflix series “Stranger Things.”
Named after her birthplace (Winona, Minnesota), Ryder has been nominated for a Golden Globe three times and won in 1994 for her role in the film, “The Age of Innocence” (1993).
News of Ryder, 49, selling her home comes after the home once owned by the late actor and comedian Robin Williams was sold for $5.53 million. The home featured on the hit series “Full House” and “Fuller House” was recently sold in San Francisco as well.