Updated 03:01 AM EST, Sat, Dec 04, 2021

'New Girl' Star Zooey Deschanel Sells 3-Bedroom Hollywood Home! Photos & Price Details Here

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The 35-year-old actress, who rose to fame following her performance in the hit indie chick flick "500 Days of Summer", is so moving on with her image as the "adorkable" just as much as she would want to move out of her Hollywood Hills place.

Zooey Deschanel just recently offered her 3000 square-foot bungalow up for grabs on the market for $2.195 million. You can check out some of the photos here courtesy of Variety.

The soon-to-be mom, together with her husband and producer Jacob Pechenik, is expecting her first child. The couple is likely selling their country-style home to prepare for their growing family, as noted by US Magazine, and will move into their recently purchased Cape Cod-style house in Manhattan Beach, California for $4.659 million.

According to Trulia, the home, which was built in the 1930's, sits on half an acre of land in the western section of the Hills, right off the Sunset Strip. Home details include a chef's kitchen with marble countertops and a center island, a breakfast area, a separate guest house with en-suite bath, and French doors, Trulia.com notes.

Wooden beams adorn the ceiling of both the formal dining and living room which both feature a fireplace. The home, which is oozing with vintage charm, as per PopSugar, has 3 beds and 3.5 baths.

The property previously belong to one of the lead actors of "The Avengers" (2012) and "Avengers: Age of Ultron" (2015) in Mark Ruffalo. We can only imagine how the home can hold up to the green and smashing monster that is the Incredible Hulk. Probably it's his Bruce Banner alterego who resides there.

Ruffalo held on to its ownership up until in 2009 when he decided to let it go for $1.69 million.

The "New Girl" lead star was associated with the term "adorkable," but admits she's no longer comfortable with the nickname because she won't fit the description in real life, and it was simply part of a marketing ploy to promote the TV series back when it first started in 2011.

"I don't always identify, perhaps, with the way that I'm portrayed in certain public contexts. I try to stay away from that sort of thing. That was something that was calculated, you know what I mean? That was our marketing department at Fox and they did a really good job with our first season, but that's a word that describes the character that I play, not me. I don't personally have identification with that word myself," she told Huffington Post in an interview.

The word may sound so over-the-hill for Zooey, but it's now here to stay as far as the Collins English Dictionary is concerned. "Adorkable," which is a portmanteau of "adorable" and "dork", means "socially inept or unfashionable in a charming or endearing way." Collins came up with the new entry when they asked the public, via Twitter, for suggestions, as told by The Guardian.

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