Actress Sophia Loren and her film producer husband, Carlo Ponti, have sold their 38.5-acre “La Concordia” ranch in the Hidden Valley area of Thousand Oaks, Calif., about 30 miles northwest of Los Angeles, according to the Wall Street Journal. The paper reported that the ranch, at 1151 Hidden Valley Road in Thousand Oaks, had been listed a year ago for $8.9 million and later reduced to $6.9 million. No details were available from the article or from public records on purchase price. However, the ranch has been owned by the couple since the 1980s. Features include a four-bedroom Craftsman-style main house with exposed wooden beams, an enclosed courtyard with a fireplace and a glass-enclosed dining room. Other features include a guest house, pool house, converted stable used for staff quarters, an orchard and two swimming pools, the paper reported. The Los Angeles Times had reported back in January that Loren, 71, and Ponti, 93, had bought the ranch in 1981 from actress Eve Arden. They owned the ranch through their Scelo Enterprises company. The Journal also is reporting that actress Tuesday Weld has listed her oceanfront property in Montauk, N.Y., in eastern Long Island, for close to $10 million. Weld, 63, told the Journal that the house “is like being on a yacht,” given its attractive views. Features on the property include a five-bedroom main house, a one-bedroom guest cottage, a swimming pool and a garage with a studio. The paper had reported that Weld’s property, at 74 Surfside Avenue in Montauk, is on 1.2 acres, but public records report that it’s actually on 1.4 acres. Weld was awarded the property after her 1998 divorce from Israeli violinist and conductor Pinchas Zukerman.