Betty White who has been an inspirational and iconic figure had a home for a long time in Los Angeles. Her property at Carmelina Avenue has now been kept in the market with a demanding price of $10,575,000.
After suffering a stroke, the actress who has left an impression in the history of Hollywood through her acts in ‘The Golden Girls’ as ‘Rose’ departed from this materialistic world at the age of 99. She’s believed to have died in 2021, in December.
The Emmy-award bragging actress and the Guinness world record holder by an entertainer for Longest TV career then after surviving 80 years in the business, apparently bought this ravishing property with her husband in the year 1968 and persisted to live there until her husband died in the year of 1981.
In the favor of the house, she says, “this is a platinum privilege to construct your dream home in a peaceful setting of the city. The price positioning of the house is based on the value of the land.”
As per the listing, this property owns 5 bedrooms with 6 bathrooms with massive and attractive interior measurements.
This all is happening about a few days later than Betty sells another house which was placed in California, a beachfront property. It was up for the sale for $7.95 million.
Carmel is the quintessential laid-back coastal town with charming restaurants, an artsy vibe, and gorgeous scenery. Interestingly enough, Clint Eastwood was once the town’s mayor.
According to the home’s listing, it is also one of the most dog-friendly communities in the world, so clearly, it’s the perfect place to make your (second) home — and follow in the footsteps of Betty White.
But the most striking feature of the midcentury modern home is its oversized windows resulting in jaw-dropping views of the Point Lobos Nature Reserve, Ribera Beach, and Monastery Beach from nearly every room in the house.