Betty White’s estate puts her Los Angeles home on the market for $10.5 million

Betty White’s Los Angeles home has long been on the market for $10.575 million, and it’s Los Angeles Times reported on Tuesday.

White previously shared the home, located in the Tony Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles, with her late husband Allen Lowden, who died in 1981.

There’s likely been a significant amount of interest in the property, as the actress’ northernmost home in Carmel, California, recently sold for nearly $3 million more than its original listing price.

For sale: Betty White’s home in Los Angeles’ Brentwood neighborhood has been put up for $10.575 million, according to the Los Angeles Times. She passed away at home on New Years Eve 2021, just over two weeks before her 100th birthday

The house was listed by Marlene Okulick of Sotheby’s International Realty – Pacific Palisades Brokerage.

Her property said in a statement to The The Wall Street Journal. Although she was living in New York when she and Elaine Lowden first got married, she longed to ‘come home’ in Los Angeles where she grew up.

White recently lived in the 3,029-square-foot home where she was isolated throughout the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, until her death on New Year’s Eve 2021 at the age of 99.

Her death came just two weeks before her 100th birthday celebration.

She was reportedly hoping to spend her last days at her gorgeous seaside home in Carmel, but her condition and fears for her safety amid the pandemic forced her to stay in her Los Angeles home until the end.

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Although Betty and her husband bought the house in 1968, it was built in 1952, according to the outlet.

Family home: White previously shared the home, located in the Tony Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles, with her late husband Allen Lowden, who died in 1981;  Was seen in 2012 in Los Angeles

Family home: White previously shared the home, located in the Tony Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles, with her late husband Allen Lowden, who died in 1981; Was seen in 2012 in Los Angeles

Old School: Although Betty and her husband purchased the house in 1968, it was built in 1952, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Old School: Although Betty and her husband purchased the house in 1968, it was built in 1952, according to the Wall Street Journal.

demolish job?  It's not clear what the condition of the house will be inside after decades of occupation by the Mary Tyler Moore Show actress, but the listing appears to announce the house as ready for demolition.

demolish job? It’s not clear what the condition of the house will be inside after decades of occupation by the Mary Tyler Moore Show actress, but the listing appears to announce the house as ready for demolition.

The house is said to suit the couple’s needs, as it is located near several film and television studios, and also offers plenty of privacy and solitude.

It’s not clear what the internal state of the house is after decades of occupation by the Mary Tyler Moore Show actress, but the listing appears to advertise the house as ready for demolition.

Potential viewers of the home must be pre-qualified, and will not be allowed to walk around the home, which is not depicted in any listing photos.

Although the house is likely to be luxurious by most standards, it may not compare to the more luxurious neighboring properties.

The White’s House has five bedrooms, six bathrooms and a beautiful courtyard with a great view of the famous J. Paul Getty Museum.

Spread over three-quarters of an acre, the property features a relaxing low-profile infinity pool to Hollywood standards and features a stone walkway surrounding it.

Freshness: The property is spread over three-quarters of an acre and features a relaxing infinity-edge swimming pool to Hollywood standards and a stone walkway that surrounds it.

Freshness: The property is spread over three-quarters of an acre and features a relaxing infinity-edge swimming pool to Hollywood standards and a stone walkway that surrounds it.

Immaculate View: White's house has five bedrooms, six bathrooms and a beautiful yard with a great view of the famous J. Paul Getty Museum

Immaculate View: White’s house has five bedrooms, six bathrooms and a beautiful yard with a great view of the famous J. Paul Getty Museum

The Power of Flowers: White's home had gardens full of flowers adorning the property, which were also filled with attractive shrubs and trees.  The house has a sunroom. My house is said to have enjoyed looking at its gardens from it

The Power of Flowers: White’s home had gardens full of flowers adorning the property, which were also filled with attractive shrubs and trees. The house has a sunroom. My house is said to have enjoyed looking at its gardens from it

White’s house had gardens full of flowers adorning the property, which were also filled with attractive shrubs and trees.

The house includes a sunroom from which Betty is said to have enjoyed looking at her gardens.

The actress’s ownership likely markets the home as demolished because the required nature of the property in this section of Los Angeles almost guarantees a high final sale.

In addition to the main house, which includes a garage for three cars, there is also a separate guest house.

The detached building was reportedly a popular place for White and Ludden to play charades with their famous friends, including Burt Reynolds, Jimmy Stewart, his wife Gloria and Dina Shore.

High-ranking Friends: The property includes a guesthouse where Wyatt and Luden play charades with famous friends, including Burt Reynolds, Jimmy Stewart, his wife Gloria and Dina Shore

High-ranking Friends: The property includes a guesthouse where Wyatt and Luden play charades with famous friends, including Burt Reynolds, Jimmy Stewart, his wife Gloria and Dina Shore

HIDDEN AWAY: The house is said to suit the couple's needs, as it was located near several film and TV studios, and also offered plenty of privacy and solitude.

HIDDEN AWAY: The house is said to suit the couple’s needs, as it was located near several film and TV studios, and also offered plenty of privacy and solitude.

Prime vistas: The home's green spaces give way to excellent views of Los Angeles, including the J. Paul Getty Museum

Prime vistas: The home’s green spaces give way to excellent views of Los Angeles, including the J. Paul Getty Museum

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