The estate of Heath Ledger has quietly unloaded the late actor's 1,861-square-foot house in Los Angeles' Hollywood Hills for exactly $2,500,000. In a Big Time Listings exclusive, we can report on the Ledger estate's sale of the post-and-beam house, which is at 8010 Woodrow Wilson Drive in the Hollywood Hills. Records show that on May 14, a Miami-based company (not a celebrity) called Eighty Ten Properties LLC purchased the home, which is known as "The Treehouse," from Ledger's trustees Layne David Dicker and Jeff Gillman. The deal was recorded on July 16. Ledger's representatives Dicker and Gillman went to great lengths to obscure the deal in public records, omitting from the sale deed both the house's street address and the name of Ledger's trust (both of which are obvious database search terms for celebrity real estate gossips like us). In addition, the pair also left the sale price off the deed. However, obscured sale prices on deeds filed in Los Angeles County eventually become available in public records after several weeks (or months), and Ledger's estate's sale price just appeared in public records within the last 48 hours. (We had been 'holding' this item to run until we got the house's sale price from public records.) Ledger had purchased the house for $2,300,000 on August 24, 2005 through his Thank You Trust (also known in some documents as his Thank You for the Trust Trust -- and yes, the word 'trust' appeared twice on one public document), with the deal being recorded on June 23, 2006, according to public records. The seller to Ledger in 2005? None other than comedienne Ellen DeGeneres' Zero Trust, which had purchased the house on February 12, 2004 (deal recorded March 5, 2004) for $1,275,000, according to public records. The house had formed part of what had been at one time DeGeneres' multi-property compound in the Hollywood Hills. Built in 1951, the house at 8010 Woodrow Wilson Drive has two bedrooms, two baths and sits on a 0.43-acre (18,731-square-foot) lot, according to public records. Meanwhile, the New York Post's fine celebrity real estate columnist Braden Keil today reported that the three-bedroom loft-style apartment in Manhattan's SoHo neighborhood where Ledger was found dead in January has officially been put up for rental for $26,000 a month. Keil noted that the 4,397-square-foot unit, which is in the building at 419-421 Broome Street, has two and a half baths, an office, a laundry room, a gourmet kitchen, 15-foot tin ceilings, an 80-square-foot balcony, exposed brick walls and a wood-burning fireplace. We previously had written on February 7 about the unit being quietly shopped around (but not being officially on the market as a rental) less than weeks after Ledger's death. Keil originally had broken that story as well. Check out a current, active online listing sheet for the former Ledger SoHo unit -- complete with photos.