She had remodeled the Tuscan-influenced contemporary, built in 1971, updating the kitchen and 21/2 bathrooms and adding cherry floors and an indoor-outdoor sound system. Four bedrooms and a den are within the home's 2,103 square feet.
She bought the home in 2002 for $481,000, according to public records.
Susan Ware and Dorene Martin of Coldwell Banker's Studio City office represented Milo. Shelly Slovin of Prudential California Realty, Woodland Hills, represented the buyers.