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‘Game of Thrones’ Queen Lena Headey Lists LA Home for $1.9M

Fresh off her show’s much-anticipated return for Season 7, “Game of Thrones” actress Lena Headey is parting ways with her home in Sherman Oaks.

The 5-bedroom, 5-bathroom mid-century modern house is far from the castles of Westeros Cersei Lannister frequents in the popular HBO series. Reclaimed wood floors are laid out in a herringbone pattern, and the ceiling features prominent exposed wood beams in a charming rustic gray color.

Photos courtesy Todd Johnson of LA Light Photography.

The mid-century modern aesthetic carries throughout the 2,900-square-foot house, with a prominent gold chandelier hanging above the living room space.

Photo courtesy Todd Johnson of LA Light Photography.

An open kitchen features a mirrored backsplash and blue-and-white patterned tile, for a touch of SoCal life.

Photo courtesy Todd Johnson of LA Light Photography.

A child’s playroom opens up to the backyard, where lines of warm lights are strung above a saltwater pool.

Photo courtesy Todd Johnson of LA Light Photography.

And in case you’re wondering how Headey cared for the home’s environment when she’s spending every day on set: She’s installed a low-maintenance vertical garden of succulents and drought-tolerant landscaping, according to the listing.

Photo courtesy Todd Johnson of LA Light Photography.

No word on whether the home — currently listed at $1.945 million — also comes with a knight in shining armor.

Zoe Rudolph of the John Aaroe Group holds the listing.

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