Betty White’s L.A. residence demolished a yr after her demise

The three,000-square-foot Brentwood residence that when belonged to late tv icon Betty White has been destroyed, a yr after the “Golden Girls” star died in December 2021.

White’s assistant, Kiersten Mikelas, introduced the property’s demolition with an Instagram put up shared on Sunday.

“This is such a busy time of year and coming up on the anniversary of Betty’s passing is hitting in ways I hadn’t anticipated,” Mikelas wrote. “Her Brentwood home is no more (save the fireplaces which will be gone in short order).”

Mikelas’ picture depicted the remaining fire construction and an excavator machine in a dust lot. Within the feedback, the actor’s followers puzzled why White’s residence had been decreased to rubble.

Constructed within the Nineteen Fifties, Betty White’s Colonial-style residence sat on three-quarters of an acre and got here with a stone patio and swimming pool.

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“This is terrible! Why demolish such a beautiful icons home not even a full year after her passing?!,” wrote one person.

“Why in the world would they tear it down?,” commented one other.

However as a number of followers famous, the house was set for demolition months in the past.

In April, White’s Colonial-style residence hit the marketplace for $10.575 million. The Brentwood abode was listed as a tear-down, that means that the incoming homeowners may destroy the property to create a brand new one.

A pool behind a white house

The yard and pool of Betty White’s Brentwood home.

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White and her husband Allen Ludden bought the house within the Sixties. Along with its brilliant yellow accent doorways and home windows, the Emmy winner’s property boasted 5 bedrooms and 6 loos, parklike grounds and a swimming pool.

In June, the Brentwood deal with offered for $10.678 million, Folks reported.

After sharing information of the demolition, Mikelas ended her Instagram put up on a constructive be aware.

“I promise a wonderful tribute to our most wonderful lady very soon!!!!” she wrote.

Six days after struggling a stroke, White died on Dec. 31, 2021, in her Brentwood residence. She was 99.

Along with “The Golden Girls,” White was identified for a lot of tv and movie tasks, together with “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” “Hot in Cleveland” and “The Proposal.”