Actress Jenilee Harrison, who's best known for having starred on ABC's 'Three's Company' from 1980 to 1982 and also for having appeared on CBS' 'Dallas,' reportedly has sold her house in the foothills of Los Angeles' Sherman Oaks area after it had been on the market for $1,099,000. 259429jenilee-harrison-posters.jpg The Los Angeles Times' Ruth Ryon broke the story on Sunday that Harrison, 48, and her chiropractor husband Bruce Oppenheim (who himself is actress Cybill Shepherd's ex-husband) decided to sell the house in Sherman Oaks because they don't have much use for it. Their principal residence is a 2,566-square-foot house on a 0.64-acre parcel at 28356 Foothill Drive in nearby Agoura Hills, Calif., which the couple purchased in 2002 for $870,000, according to public records. The reported recent sale of the couple's Sherman Oaks house, at 4047 Madelia Avenue, has not closed in the public-records databases that we have access to, but we certainly don't doubt the Times' report that they sold their house. We're less confident in the report of the sale price amount, however. The paper also reported that the house sold for $1.1 million. Once the sale clears, we'll of course provide the exact sale price here. Harrison and Oppenheim purchased the four-bedroom house on Madelia Avenue in Sherman Oaks in late 2002 for $750,000, according to public records. Built in 1951, the house was completely renovated by the couple in 2003, according to listing information and the Times. Features in the single-story, traditional house include three baths, hardwood floors, designer tiles, a living room with a fireplace, a gourmet kitchen with a Wolf range, a fourth bedroom that could be used as a family room and a security system, according to listing information. Other features on the private and gated property include a garage with storage, a grassy yard, an exterior spa and an enclosed rear patio, according to listing information. The house's total area remains unclear. Public records state that the house measures 1,908 square feet, while listing information and the Times report that the house has about 2,300 square feet.