The actress, known to fans of the show as the tyrannical Queen Cersei Lannister, showed off the surprisingly mellow residence to Dwell last year, before listing the property in July for $1.95 million.
That’s more than twice the $790,000 that Headey paid for the five-bedroom home when she purchased it in 2014, and the final sale price was even higher: $2.05 million.
After purchasing the property, Headey remodeled the home in a comfortably minimalist style, but it retains original details like beamed ceilings and a breeze block wall out front.
Other features of the 2,992-square-foot home include walls of windows, sliding glass doors, oak herringbone floors, and a brick living room fireplace.
The house sits on a 6,744-square-foot lot, with landscaped grounds, multiple patios, a saltwater pool, and an outdoor pool surrounded by tall privacy hedges.
Headey told the New York Times in July that she and her family are leaving Los Angeles for England, where they’ll live in a village close to her hometown.