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Reese Witherspoon, star of “Legally Blonde,” recently sold her Malibu, CA,farm for $6.7 million, Variety reported.

But beyond the shores of Malibu, the Academy Award-winning actress is also used to winning in her real estate dealings. With one notable exception.

The producer and star of the Hulu hit “Little Fires Everywhere” seems to have homes everywhere. Let’s take a look.

Malibu hobby farm

Not content with acting and producing, Witherspoon has a keen eye for great homes.  After she purchased a pastoral property in Malibu last summer for $6.2 million, the place was sold off the market for $6.7 million, leaving the movie star a small profit. Known as Zuma Farms ranch, the place had been renovated with vintage charm and rented out as a wedding venue.

The buyer is reported to be Meg Haney, who, like Witherspoon, hails from Tennessee. The daughter of real estate billionaire Franklin Haney, she’s also the sister of the star’s former stylist, Mary Alice Haney.

The charming 1950s-era abode features three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a separate guesthouse, screening room, and an art studio. The 2-acre spread also includes horse stables and grassy lawns and patios.