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'Grey's Anatomy' star Ellen Pompeo is selling her luxurious mansion for about $2.8 million

Cheryl Kahla
Apr 20, 2018
09:48 A.M.
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The 48-year-old actress and producer, Ellen Pompeo, is most famously known for her portrayal of Dr. Meredith Grey in Grey's Anatomy, and she is currently in the process of selling her mansion. 

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As reported by Daily Mail, at $2.8 million, her two-bedroom Spanish villa mansion is a steal because it has an exceptional view of the surrounding Whitley Heights neighborhood and the mountainous region beyond. 

Thre is also a swimming pool, a small fruit orchard, and several olive trees on the 2.456 square foot property as well, while the kitchen would warm any tech-lover's heart. 

The kitchen features a commercial style six-burner set up, and the adjacent dining room would turn anyone into the perfect hostess. 

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The two bedrooms are decorated with a simple aesthetic in mind, giving it a minimalistic yet modern feel while staying true to the architectural style. 

Pompeo and her husband are well-versed when it comes to the property market. They sold two homes since December 2017, and the Spanish home would be their third. 

Their property in Hollywood Hills sold for $2.1 million, while their family home in the Hamptons went for nearly $4 million. 

Pomeo started her acting career in 1995 when she landed a guest-starring role on Law & Order, but she only became a household name in 2005 when she was cast as Dr. Meredith Grey. 

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Today, Pompeo is the highest-earning primetime actress and doesn't shy from admitting that she earns a $20 million salary. 

According to E Online, Pompei is transparent when it comes to her income because it is 'an empowering story for women,' while also forcing her to be 'honest about [her] flaws and shortcomings.' 

She feels that women, especially those in the entertainment industry, aren't always vocal about what they want and deserve.

Pompeo hopes that by being vocal about her salary, women in the industry will realize that they won't get a salary increase if they don't ask for it, or demand it. 

'We have to own part of it. And sometimes we're too shy; we're too afraid to be seen as difficult to really speak our mind.'

Ellen Pompeo, E Online, February 9, 2018. 

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