Leonard and Penny's apartment may no longer exist�after Thursday's "Big Bang Theory" series finale, but fans with deep pockets and we're talking $6.9 million deep could have the next best thing: star Kaley Cuco's actual house. The actress is selling her villa in Tarzana, California, located about 30 minutes northwest of Los Angeles.�
So how much house does nearly $7 million buy you?
According to the listing by agent Stephanie Vitacco, nearly 8,000 square feet, three-quarters of an acre and�six bedrooms, including a master suite with a fireplace and three walk-in closets. And there are nine bathrooms, which guarantee you will never have to wait for the Sheldon in your life to finish his or her morning business. You won't even need a bathroom schedule. Imagine that!
Other selling points: A chef's kitchen, screening room, pool and a picturesque winding staircase.
Cuoco isn't the only famous name to grace the deed of the Mediterranean-style villa, built in 2003.�Architectural Digest toured the�property in 2017�when it belonged to Khlo� and�Kourtney Kardashian, who decorated it with the help of designer Jeff Andrews.
The "Big Bang" star, who penned the foreword to Andrews' book,�"The New Glamour: Interiors With Star Quality," wrote that when she toured the property,�she "fell in love with the house but also everything that came with it. The interior decoration, the furniture, the art I wanted it all!"
Cuoco, who shared the home with her horseman�husband, show jumper Karl Cook, added equestrian touches like Herm�s�wallpaper.
Cuoco, 33, has not indicated where she and Cook plan to live once she sells the house.
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