Betty White’s waterfront vacation home listed for $8 million – FOX13 News Memphis

CARMEL, Calif. – Betty White’s waterfront vacation home in the luxury community of Carmel, California is officially on the market for $7.95 million, three months after the legendary actress died in December at the age of 99.

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Although White and her husband, Allen Ludden, built the three-story home together, he died in 1981 shortly after its completion, People magazine reported.

“The house embodies the spirit of Betty and Allen. It has been eloquently understated with the focus on nature and the natural beauty surrounding the house,” Nicole Truszkowski of Truszkowski Freedman & Associates, Sotheby’s International Realty – Carmel Brokerage, who holds the listing alongside Zak Freedman, told People.

“Spending time in Carmel was one of Betty’s favorite activities. She enjoyed many precious moments with her family and close friends,” Truszkowski added.

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Carmel is located about 75 miles south of San Jose and about 120 miles south of San Francisco.

In a press release announcing the new listing, Truszkowski called the Carmel White House “special sanctuary” and “one of his favorite places to recharge and recharge.”

According to entertainment newspaper Dirt, the couple commissioned the four-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom beach house built after buying nearly a quarter-acre of land for just $170,000 in 1978.

The 3,621-square-foot home was designed by architect Richard Hicks and features outdoor patios, floor-to-ceiling windows that let in plenty of natural light, a storybook garden and more, The Sacramento Bee reported.

According to the listing, the mid-century “masterpiece” also boasts panoramic ocean views of Point Lobos Nature Reserve, Ribera Beach, and Monastery Beach from nearly every room.

White’s agent and close friend Jeff Witjas confirmed to People that the ‘Golden Girls’ and ‘Hot in Cleveland’ star, who died on December 31 just weeks shy of his 100th birthday, has made Brentwood his primary residence. , in California.

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