Jennifer Lawrence has sold her starter home for $1.15 million.
The 26-year-old actress made a $270,000 profit on the Santa Monica home she purchased for $879,000 in 2006.
It comes after Jennifer was named the highest-paid actress for the second year running this week, after cashing in $46 million in pre-tax earnings in the financial period June 2015 to June 2016.
According to Variety, the Hunger Games star didn’t quite get the $1.169 million asking price she wanted for the two-bedroom Californian property.
The house is within walking distance of the beach and features two and a half bathrooms, a two-car garage, hardwood floors and a dining room which leads out onto a patio.
Jennifer purchased the 1,400 sq ft. home in 2006 shortly after arriving in Hollywood but before landing her first big movie role.
The star’s career has gone from strength to strength since and earlier this week she retained her highest-paid actress title on financial bible Forbes’ annual list.

Despite this, the Silver Linings Playbook star has seen an 11.5 per cent fall in earnings compared to last year’s huge $52 million pre-tax income.
The majority of her latest banked earnings is thought to come from the final Hunger Games film and a massive upfront payment for forthcoming movie Passengers.
Jennifer was recently said to be looking for rental properties in New York’s Tribeca area.
And a few years ago she splashed out more than $8 million on a five-bedroom Beverly Hills home.
The blonde beauty became the second-youngest Best Actress Academy Award winner when she won an Oscar for her portrayal of a depressed widow in 2012 movie Silver Linings Playbook.
What’s more, the star became the youngest actress to earn four Oscar nods and her films have grossed more than $5 billion worldwide.