The ruling in an election fraud case widely dismissed as politically motivated takes her total sentence to 20 years; President U Win Myint also received a jail term.
A court agreed to a request from the detained elected leader’s estranged brother to auction off the home, in another step by Min Aung Hlaing to erase her legacy.
The 77-year-old democracy leader will likely be held in solitary confinement in the prison.
Future hearings in cases brought by the junta against the ousted State Counselor, 77, will be heard in a specially built court inside Naypyitaw Prison, a source said.
Dr. Aye Zan, who has been detained for over a year, was convicted by a special regime court on nine corruption charges; he still faces numerous additional cases.
The detained State Counselor reportedly plans to appeal the decision by the junta’s Union Supreme Court before a two-judge panel.
The 76-year-old who had already been jailed to six years for other charges was sentenced five more years for corruption on Wednesday.
They were accused of killing an informant and attacking regime targets in Yangon; more than 110 people have been condemned to die by junta courts.
The detained State Counselor missed several court appearances recently due to being quarantined after people living with her tested positive for COVID-19.
Mizzima news editor Than Htaik Aung was covering the trial of an NLD leader when he was detained in Naypyitaw over a year ago; he denied the charge in court on Wednesday.
The additional term covers two cases relating to walkie-talkie possession and another involving COVID rules; all are widely viewed as spurious and politically motivated.
A junta court sentenced Daw Nan Khin Htwe Myint to three years in prison; she was already serving 77 years for a corruption conviction widely regarded as baseless.
Courts are preparing to hand down penalties in the corruption, incitement and other cases the junta has brought against scores of elected leaders since the coup.
A court hearing the State Counselor’s trial for violating COVID-19 restrictions agreed to allow ousted Mandalay Chief Minister Dr. Zaw Myint Maung to testify in the case.
Almost all of the high-profile cases since independence have involved persecution by the military, or the trial of someone trying to kill a military dictator.