The Brady Bunch: Eve Plumb sells the home she bought at age 11 for $3.9 million

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Here’s the story of a lovely lady… who just sold her home for $3.9 million.

Eve Plumb, the actress who played Jan Brady on The Brady Bunch, has sold the Malibu home that she bought for $55,300 at age 11, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Located on the south end of Escondido Beach, the 850-square-foot home currently has 3 bedrooms and 1.75 bathrooms. But renderings that Plumb, 58, had commissioned from Dan Meis of Meis Architects showcase a modern makeover that would enlarge the space to 3,500 sq. ft. and include features like a retractable roof, glass walls and a two-story garage.

Although the new buyer is considering Meis Architects for the remodel, a spokesperson for listing agency of the property, Deasy Penner & Partners, tells PEOPLE that he has not settled on a finished design, and is enjoying the current bungalow build while he reviews his options.

At the moment, the cottage has a wraparound deck, cozy living spaces and all the vintage charm one could expect from a beachside abode. It may not have been big enough for the Bradys, but it certainly served Plumb just fine during her decades of ownership.

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