Betty White’s Longtime LA home listings for $10.575 million as her Carmel home shuts down due to her over-demand 2022-04-26 13:25:00


Almost four months after the actress Betty White died At the age of 99 on New Year’s Eve, her estate sold one of her old California homes for $10.775 million and listed another for $10.575 million.

Betty White in 2010.


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White’s Carmel vacation home has sold for more than its asking price of $7.95 million, according to agents involved in the deal. The four-bedroom home, which measures approximately 3,600 square feet, went on the market in March. Buyer cannot be identified.

Mrs. White’s estate also lists her main home in the Brentwood area of ​​Los Angeles.

The “The Golden Girls” actress and her late third husband, Allen Lowden, bought the house in 1968, according to property records, after marrying in 1963. The couple chose the house because it was close enough to the various studios she worked at while still providing privacy, according to an estate spokesperson. Mrs. White.

“Betty White was a Californian girl through and through,” the estate said in a statement. “Even though she had been living in New York when she and Elaine Lowden first got married, she longed to go back to the home in Los Angeles where she had grown up.”

Betty White and her late third husband, Allen Lowden, in 1972.


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More than 300 miles north, Mrs. White and Mr. Lowden purchased the land for their Carmel home for $170,000 in 1978, property records show. They finished building the house in 1981, the year Mr. Lowden died, according to records, but Mrs. White Continue to visit the house after his death. The three-story home overlooks the ocean, according to listing agents Nicole Trochkowski and Zach Friedman of Sotheby’s International Realty Carmel Brokerage. It was one room full of stuffed animals.

The roughly 0.3-acre plot has outdoor seating, lush landscaping, and beach access, according to listing agents.

Mrs. White’s five-bedroom home in Brentwood was built in 1952, according to listing agent Marilyn Okolik of Sotheby’s International Realty Pacific Palisades Brokerage. The home is about 3,000 square feet and has a sunroom where Ms. White enjoys views of the backyard and gardens, according to the spokesperson. The property sits on approximately three-quarters of an acre with a pool, three-car garage and guesthouse, where the couple played charades with friends including Gloria, Jimmy Stewart, Dina Shore and Burt Reynolds, the spokesperson said.

Ms. White is best known for her roles in the TV shows “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and “The Golden Girls”, and most recently in the 2009 movie “The Proposal”. She has been One of the first TV show producers and talk show hosts.

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