Actress Maria Bello has sold her Craftsman home in Venice for $2 million.
The house went into escrow seven days after it came on the market and sold for 8% above the asking price of $1.85 million.
Built in 1915 and set behind gates in a walk-street area, the house is a charmer -- painted blue with red doors and windows and yellow accents. Features include a wood-burning fireplace, a front veranda, three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. There is a lawn, patio space and a single-car garage.
Bello, 46, has been on the TV series "Touched" (2012-13) and "Prime Suspect" (2011-12). Her film work includes "Payback" (1999), "Secret Window" (2004) and "World Trade Center" (2006). She will be in the summer comedy "Grown Ups 2." She is a co-founder of We Advance, an organization that benefits women and children in Haiti.
She bought the property in 2005 for $1.895 million.
Paul Lester and Aileen Comora of the Agency in Beverly Hills were the listing agents. Jerry Jaffe of Teles Properties represented the buyer.