Actress Anita Barone, who briefly played Ross' lesbian ex-wife in "Friends" and who most recently wrapped up a two-season stint co-starring in the Fox sitcom "The War at Home," and her actor husband Matthew Glave have sold their three-bedroom, 1,838-square-foot house in Los Angeles' Hollywood Hills to actor and comedy writer Paul Soter for $1,110,000, and have paid $1,678,000 for a five-bedroom house in Los Angeles' Encino area.
In a Big Time Listings exclusive, we can report both transactions. Barone and Glave's sale, which closed in February but wasn't recorded until late April, according to public records. Their purchase took place in December 2006.
Barone, 42, purchased the Spanish-influenced house, at 3280 Velma Drive, in 2000, before she was married, for $523,000, according to public records. Features in the house, which was built in 1926, include two baths, old world detailing, and a living room with a barrel vaulted ceiling, a wood-burning fireplace, and a built-in entertainment center, according to listing information. Other features include French doors in the dining room and a kitchen with tiled counters, a vintage stove, Saltillo tile floors and a separate breakfast area, according to listing information. The house also has a master suite with a bonus loft/office retreat, private viewing balcony, a large walk-in closet, an updated bath with a soaking tub and a separate shower, according to listing information.

The house had been listed for $1,125,000, according to listing information.

Soter, who is in his 30s, has appeared in a handful of movies--the most notable of which was 'The Dukes of Hazzard'--but is most known for being part of the Broken Lizard comedy troupe, which is a group fo five men who have jointly acted and written several movies, including "Super Troopers" and "Beerfest."

Check out the online listing sheet for the house--complete with lots of photos--here.

Built in 1966, the house that Barone and her actor husband, Matthew Glave, purchased through a trust is a five-bedroom, 4,416-square-foot house in Encino, according to public records. Features in that house include a grand oak floor entry that opens to the living room and dining room--each with sliding French doors--as well as a family room that opens to a newer granite kitchen with custom cabinets and stainless steel appliances, according to listing information. Other features include an outdoor stone dining patio, a barbecue station and lush tropical landscaping.

The couple also owns a 1,260-square-foot in Big Bear Lake, Calif. that they purchased in 2003 for $250,500, according to public records.