Look Around Betty White's Home In LA That's For Sale For $10.6 Million

The Golden Girl with the golden door. Pioneering actress and comedian, the late great Betty White's classic estate recently made an entrance onto the housing market for approximately $10.57 million. Located in the prestigious Brentwood Park neighborhood in Los Angeles, California, the 3,092 square foot property hasn't been on the market in over 50 years. Although the interior is restricted to the public, the exterior dazzles like the actress's infectious smile. Tours are limited to the outside only and exclusively offered to financially qualified buyers, per the listing. Amidst the golden hour of New Year's Eve (2021), the First Lady of Television left us at the age of 99 in the traditional home found at 506 N. Carmelina Avenue.

Most known for her role as Rose Nylund on NBC's "The Golden Girls" (1985-1992), the actress resided in the five-bedroom, six-bathroom home that features a canary-yellow front door and shutters with a partial stonework façade. The backyard is tranquil and private with gorgeous park-like grounds, a rectangular-shaped swimming pool, copious gardens, and old-growth trees. Although the eight-time Emmy Award winner passed away in the spacious L.A. home, she would have preferred to say farewell in her three-story waterfront mansion in Carmel, which she built and shared with her late husband, Allen Ludden, and recently sold for $3 million over the asking price, per People. She once stated that the mansion by the sea was her sanctuary, a place of rejuvenation. Read on to learn more about White's serene L.A. home.

Reinvent the grounds of Betty White's classic Brentwood home

What's the password? Access denied. Currently represented by listing agent Marlene Okulick of Sotheby's, the once celebrity-owned property is publicized as a tear-down with a focus on the value of the land, meaning no one is allowed in, per Los Angeles Times. In the height of the 1960s television era, comedian Betty White met her game show host husband Allen Ludden on the set of his show "Password," and they went on to perform in various shows together as well. Although the interior of their 1950s two-story home is off-limits, there is a scope of landscape to ponder. Options are endless with the 0.75-acre lot. Upon arrival, the gated entrance leads to the stone-splashed doorsteps and beyond. The property is surrounded by lush greenery with a backyard that features a stone pathway that extends to surround the pool. Presently, there's a guest house that resides right off from the pool as well.

While White had expressed that she would have rather spent her end of days in the comfort of her oceanside Carmel home, this L.A. property also has the opportunity to be revitalized, per New York Post. So, take a look around. Even though it's time to say goodbye to the beloved TV legend, there's fresh potential to reinvent the beauty that she's left behind.