Why ‘Golden Girl’ Betty White Longed To Return to Her Carmel, CA, Home

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Hollywood legend Betty White spends her final years longing to return carmel, ca, home that she had made with her husband, according to recent report,

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The famous actress, who started her TV career in 1939, passed away on Friday. White, best known for playing Rose in the popular 1980s sitcom “The Golden Girls,” would have turned 100 on January 17.

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However, instead of staying at his beloved Carmel residence, White died brentwood home in West Los Angeles. A source explained that she moved to a five-bedroom, six-bathroom home to facilitate better at-home care, because “Los Angeles was more accessible.” New York Post,

“If she had that, Betty would have lived and died in that house,” the source said. “This is the house she shared with her husband. It’s where she felt more comfortable.”

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White and her late husband Allen luden, a game show host, purchased a 0.28-acre property overlooking the ocean in Carmel in 1978 for just $170,000. Realtor.com® Data. Three years later, construction ended on their two-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom home, which was over 3,600 square feet.

Unfortunately, Luden was diagnosed with terminal colon cancer shortly thereafter. He spent two nights in the house and died about four months later. Ok!

The price of the 17-room home is now estimated to be $2,013,000 Realtor.com,

In 2017, White gave fans a tour of his “NourishViewers got a glimpse of her cream-colored kitchen, with the fridge “stocked with energy drinks and gluten-free mac and cheese,” White said. Her kitchen island was adorned with two chicken figurines and a bouquet of flowers between them. Was.

She also showed off her aquarium with her “precious” tropical fish collection, which appears to be set in a wooden frame like a painting.

She took the audience to her bedroom with a four-poster bed with floral comforters and “where the magic happens” plaid curtains. Magic turns out to be a magician and his assistant.

“Well, what do you think I mean?” asked the “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” alum chuckled and shrugged.

White’s last home was white with bright yellow shutters. The 3,000-square-foot residence was built on a three-quarter-acre lot in 1952.

Both of White’s homes reportedly had rooms dedicated to stuffed animals.

“I especially love exotic ones—an anteater, a rhinoceros, a beluga whale, an armadillo, a bear—not a teddy, a grizzly—the list goes on,” the cultural icon wrote in her 2011 book , “If you ask me.”

Fans appeared outside White’s Brentwood home to say goodbye and leave flowers after his death.

“She was so sweet and caring. She was America’s grandmother. I saw my grandmother in that,” Michael Douglas, 37, of Los Angeles, told the New York Post. She wore a “Golden Girls” face mask. “Our parents grew up watching him, and then we grew up watching his shows. I’m so sad right now.”

This story was originally published on Realtor.com.


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