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Jeri Ryan Puts $7M Mansion Up For Sale

It comes complete with a Borg alcove in the game room

Jeri Ryan wants to move out of her Encino, California, house more than 15 years after buying it. And the only complaint we have about the $6.999 million asking price? What wasn't it $7.9 million?

Ryan, who played Seven of Nine in "Star Trek: Voyager," is listing her home, which looks so much like a French-style estate, you'd think Capt. Picard's family lived there instead.

To create as much authenticity as possible, Ryan brought in many elements from Europe, according to the Los Angeles Times, including some that are hundreds of years old. Her stone fireplace, for example, dates to 1755. The columns are from the 18th century. Even her kitchen uses a century-old reclaimed terra cotta floor.

In fact, the only thing that seems out-of-place (and maybe slightly more Star Trek-like) is the home theater, which has enough room to seat 20 quite comfortably.

Ryan's house, in all, has six bedrooms and 12 bathrooms, as well as a guest house, all on nearly an acre-and-a-half of land.

Probably in one of the coolest things you see in the pictures published with the listing is Ryan's game room. There is a beautiful billiards table and lounge, framed by an extraordinary wood-beam ceiling. But just off to the right of the picture, you can see a Borg alcove, likely from the set of "Voyager" — a common device Ryan's character, Seven of Nine, used.

Although the lucky buyer of this house will shell out millions of dollars and pick up some extraordinary amenities, it's doubtful the Borg alcove will be included.

Ryan spent four years on "Voyager" until the end of the show's run in 2001, before moving on to other programs like "Boston Public," "Shark," "Body of Proof," and most recently, "Bosch" on Amazon. The actress celebrated her 48th birthday just a few weeks ago.

Want to see all the pictures? Check out the Los Angeles Times site by clicking here.

Source: Los Angeles Times

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