Betty White’s Brentwood, Los Angeles home is up for sale for a generous US $10.575 million or AU $14.85 million, just weeks after her home in Carmel was listed for US$7.95 million. White passed away in the Brentwood home on December 31, 2021 after suffering from a stroke a few days before.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the humble home was “built in 1952 along one of Brentwood’s most sought-after streets and set behind gates at the head of a semicircular drive on almost three-quarters of an acre, there are five bedrooms and six bathrooms between the modestly proportioned 3,000-square-foot main house, with its sunny yellow shutters and rough-cut stone accents, and a detached guest cottage.”
The property’s interior spans 3,029 square feet with an exterior of 0.75 Acres and was originally purchased by White and her late husband Allen Ludden in the 1960s, a home they shared together until Ludden’s unfortunate death in 1981.
As revealed via the official listing on Sotheby’s Reality, the home will only be shown to “financially qualified” buyers upon a scheduled appointment.
“Located in prestigious Brentwood Park, this property with huge parklike grounds, views of the Getty Museum and mountains has been lovingly cared for,” the listing read.
“Gated and set back from the street on over 3/4 of an acre, the setting is peaceful with flower filled gardens and old growth trees. This is the first time the property is on the market in over 50 years.
“This is a unique opportunity to build your dream home on a flat lot in a serene country setting . The property is being sold for land value. There will be no interior access of the home. All showings are of the exterior only. Shown by appointment only to financially qualified Buyers.”
White’s three story Carmel-by-the-sea beach mansion was also previously listed for US $7.95 million in late March. The beachfront home features a generous four-bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms as well as stunning stone and wood finishes and large, glass windows to allow for panoramic views of the ocean.