The eccentric producer and her documentary filmmaking hubby, Erik Anders Lang, shelled out $5.15 million for the secluded estate.
The property offers over 9,500 square feet of living space, including a total of five bedrooms, five bathrooms, and a powder room.
The 4,549 square foot main house was built in the 1940s and features steel-framed French doors, a library/study, and a family room.
There are also three bedrooms and three full bathrooms inside the central residence.
The detached guesthouse was previously used as a recording studio and offers two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a kitchen.
The backyard boasts a flagstone-terraced swimming pool, scenic gardens, an outdoor fireplace, and a built-in grilling station.