It's no King's Landing, but Emilia Clarke's new California home is still pretty awesome.
Aside from international fame and getting to mess around with dragon props all day, being a regular on “Game of Thrones” has one massive perk: tons of cold, sweet cash.
And although I don't know exactly how much Emilia makes on this show, it's safe to assume she's doing pretty friggin' great based on her newest real estate venture.
According to reports, the 29-year-old Mother of Dragons recently decided to become a resident of California's uber-exclusive beach community, Venice.
Her $4.6 million, two-bedroom, three-bathroom house was built in 2009 and measures in at a whopping 2,817 square feet.
According to Trulia,
The use of natural light was paramount in the design of the modern space — the architects at Abramson Teiger worked to bring light into every room, creating a sense of tranquillity. An elegant living room with soaring ceilings and a floor-to-ceiling bookcase seamlessly flows to the outdoor space through a wall of sliding glass doors.
Clarke is far from the only Hollywood elite choosing to call Venice home.
Nicolas Cage, Julia Roberts, Tim Meadows, Kate Beckinsale, Fiona Apple, Viggo Mortensen, Elijah Wood, Nick Swardson, Anjelica Huston, Zach Galifinakis and "South Park" Co-Creator Matt Stone have all opted for residences in Venice, and I assume they'll be showing up to her door any day now with a Jell-O mold and coupons to local restaurants.
Robert Downey Jr. also notably kept an apartment in Venice during the '90s.
The house itself is pretty standard for most massive real estate listings, sans the 30-foot pool that's plopped in the backyard. That's a lot of pool.
Is it too much pool? Is that such a thing? Can you have too much pool? I don't know, 30 feet of it sounds excessive.