As rumours swirl that their marriage is over, Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi have relisted their luxury Beverley Hills condo.
The 3800 square foot apartment that overlooks Los Angeles was originally listed in late 2014 for $7.5 million, however the couple, who wed in 2008, have lowered the asking price to $7 million.
Boasting two bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, a state-of-the-art kitchen and floor to ceiling windows, there's also the option to lease the condo for $23,500 per month if a short-term stay is more your style.
This is the second property Ellen and Portia have put on the market in recent weeks, igniting rumours that their marriage is all but over and they're looking to offload their impressive property portfolio.
Last month Ellen and Portia put their 17 acre, Tuscan-style stone villa home in Santa Barbara on the market, a property the talk show host once said she hoped was their "forever" home.
Despite the 59-year-old talk show host reassuring fans that her marriage to the Australian actress is "fine", sources told OK! Magazine that the sale of the 1930s villa is only the start of a "sad split" for the pair.
"They're not only headed for a divorce, but they're also secretly splitting up their assets before they make an official announcement," the insider told the publication at the time.
With the property listed for $58.6 million, the source added proceeds of the sale would go towards their final settlement, with Ellen wanting to make the split as "scandal-free as possible".
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"Not only will they not be growing old in that home, which was their dream, but they won't be growing old together, period," the insider continued.
The couple first bought the the Montecito home in 2013 for $34.5 million, with the sprawling estate boasting six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, several outdoor living areas, a pool, modern entertainment pavilion and tennis court.
Ellen and Portia have been at the centre of split rumours for months, with the comedian forced to dismiss reports in October last year telling People: "I can't imagine not being married. I have my best friend, the person I want to spend time with more than anybody else in the world."