“NCIS” star Emily Wickersham earned herself a pretty penny when she sold her house for nearly $4 million last week.
Wickersham hasn’t shared where she’s moving to, but she’s owned her current home in the Los Feliz Hills of Los Angeles for about two years. According to Dirt, the “NCIS” star bought it off Gary Oldman’s ex-wife, Alexandra Edenborough, in late 2019. At that time, she bought it for a steal at $2.6 million. Now, she’s picked up more than one million dollars in the sale of the house.
It’s no surprise that the gorgeous 3,341-foot space sold in just five days for such a good price. Built in 1935, the Spanish-style home boasts four bedrooms and four bathrooms as well as an inground pool. The way the realty website Redfin described Wickersham’s home makes it sound like a SoCal paradise.
“This character-filled home is adorned with art deco details, barreled ceilings, wood-burning fireplaces, French windows, and the most stunning landscape by world-renowned architect, Wade Graham,” the site said. “Leaving you breathless with every step, each vignette is swoon-worthy — from the Terracotta seating under a magical olive tree to your sweet breakfast nook with French windows boasting bougainvillea that transports you to the beauty of a Summer in Spain.”
Want to see it for yourself? Make sure you check out Redfin’s photos here.
What’s ‘NCIS’ Star Emily Wickersham Up To Now That She’s Left The Show?
For eight faithful years, Wickersham played fan-favorite Agent Ellie Bishop on “NCIS.” But after the season finale aired this past May, Wickersham confirmed that she’d be “hanging this hat and jacket up.”
“This cast, this crew, are top-notch,” Wickersham wrote in an Instagram post. “I can’t say enough kind words about this group that I’ve had the pleasure of working with for close to 8 years now and 172 episodes later.”
Though she has an extensive acting history, the “NCIS” star doesn’t have anything currently in the works. Based on her Instagram, she’s been spending most of her time relaxing at the beach with her adorable pup. And, obviously, preparing to sell her house.
But Wickersham is grateful for the opportunity to be a part of such a legendary show.
“This business is finicky and weird and consistency is a rarity. I’ve been lucky enough to be a part of a show where I got to show up and act and laugh and learn with wonderful people. A moment in time I surely won’t forget. Thank you CBS and NCIS for including me in a part of television history,” Wickersham said.
Season 19 of the hit crime drama will premiere on Monday, Sept. 20, at 9/8 CT. Viewers can watch it right before the debut of the latest spin-off series, “NCIS: Hawai’i.”