Meg Ryan may no longer be losing sleep over her listed house in Bel-Air - she finally sold it, according to the LA Times. The star of such box-offices smashes as "Sleepless in Seattle" and "When Harry Met Sally" hauled in more than $11 million for the estate, which she had been listing since 2008.
The two-story classic Spanish-style house was built in 1931 and is set atop lavish grounds with "wide open city and ocean views across layers of greenery," according to the home's official listing. The 6,877-square-foot property also has a guest house and a pool, according to the Huffington Post.
In addition to the resort-quality grounds and outdoor amenities, the home has many distinct features, including two family rooms, a screening room, seven bathrooms and a pub room, according to the LA Times. Having been occupied since 2000, those rooms are likely filled with a great deal of possessions and equipment. Wherever Ryan is moving, it is likely that she could benefit from the services of a reliable household moving company. Choosing well-regarded professional nationwide movers can help make sure that all important personal belongings get to their new home without disruptions.