The newly single Oscar winner has a new bachelorette pad.

There’s no better way for Jane Fonda to kick off her return to the single life than with a sprawling new townhouse in Century City, on the west side of Los Angeles, CA. Fonda, who recently split from longtime partner Richard Perry, is the new owner of a $5.45 million, four-bedroom, seven-bath villa. Unsurprisingly, it appears the Oscar winner was able to negotiate that price tag down — it was originally listed at $5.65 million. Jane always did have a way with words!

Measuring 6,679 square feet, Jane’s new townhouse, built in 2015, is a Mediterranean-style villa tucked inside a guard-gated community in Century City. On the ground level, the living space opens out to a peaceful, private courtyard. Upstairs, a luxurious master suite and two guest rooms offer plenty of space for visitors. On the third level, Jane can soak up some SoCal sunshine on the outdoor patio or hide away just down the hallway in a room that could function as an office or media room. Staff quarters could also serve as an additional guest bedroom. The townhome also includes a private elevator. With its three-car garage plus additional parking, maybe her Grace and Frankie co-stars will want to pop over for a barbecue.

Right before they officially announced their split, Jane and Richard listed their 7,100-square-foot Beverly Hills, CA, mansion in the luxe Trousdale Estates (where stars including Elvis Presley and Courteney Cox have owned property) for sale. The price tag? $12.995 million. The couple purchased that home, which has everything from a glass elevator to a solar-heated swimming pool, back in 2012 for $7.3 million after it had been off the market for 44 years.

Images courtesy of Trulia.