HOLLYWOOD HILLS—The Hollywood Hills home of late actress Doris Roberts, who was best known for her role in the CBS comedy “Everybody Loves Raymond,” has sold for $2 million. According to Variety, the actress purchased the home in 1976 for $138,000. The Spanish Colonial-style home is 3,700-square-feet and includes three bedrooms and five bathrooms.

According to Variety, the home was built in 1927, features white interiors matched with wooden beamed ceilings, a bar and sun room that stretches across the west-facing side of the home. The living areas include a family room with a fireplace and a dining room that opens to the kitchen. Outdoors, the home includes a pool, bar, barbecue, fireplace and a grassy terrace shaded by trees.

The home was put on the market at the wishes of Robert’s heirs earlier this year at $2.45 million, according to Rodeo Realty’s Roger Perry, who was the listing agent. The property sold on Thursday, July 20 with Roland Quino of Rodeo Realty representing the buyer.

Roberts was born in 1925 in St. Louis, but raised in New York. The late actress died in 2016 at the age of 90.  She won 5 Emmy Awards, 4 for her performance on the comedy “Everybody Loves Raymond” for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. She won an Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for her work on the drama “St. Elsewhere.”

She made her film debut in 1961 in “Something Wild” and made her final appearance on the big screen in the Tyler Perry comedy “Madea’s Witness Protection.”

Written By Darylese Shook and Casey Jacobs