Kristen Wiig Gets Just Over Asking for Mid-Century Home Above L.A.’s Silver Lake

By Mark David

After less than two months on the market and some serious interest from at least a couple of deep-pocketed potential buyers, comedian and actress Kristen Wiig has sold her painstakingly updated and restored mid-century modern micro-compound above Los Angeles’s Silver Lake Reservoir for $5.225 million. Lucky for the former “Saturday Night Live” star, set to appear as the Cheetah in the upcoming superhero film “Wonder Woman 1984,” the sale price is not only $100,000 more than the $5.125 million asking price but it’s just over three times the $1.7 million the eight-time Emmy nominated 2012 Oscar nominee paid for the property in 2014.

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