Home is not always where the heart is.
Betty White spent her last years in a house she didn’t want to live in, The Post reports.
White, who died Friday morning, lived in a five-bedroom, six-bathroom Brentwood home in West Los Angeles.
However, if the progressive actress had been on her way, she would have stayed at home for a long time in Carmel, where she first built with her late husband Allen Ludden when she bought the land in 1978.
“She never wanted to leave her home in Carmel, but was forced to take care of the house,” a source told The Post. “Los Angeles was more comfortable.”
“If she had, Betty would have lived in that house and died [in Carmel]. It was her home with her husband, where she felt more comfortable.
Her third and last husband, Ludden, died in 1981 of stomach cancer.
Mike Lopez, a Los Angeles Police Department official, told The Post that “no suspicion of a dirty game” was reported, but officers said a radio broadcast of the “natural death investigation” at the home of 99 people in Los Angeles at 9:30 a.m. Friday. answered their calls. – aged titanium.
White was embarrassed a few weeks after his 100th birthday.
The Golden Girls actress, originally from the outskirts of Chicago, moved to California at a young age and grew up in Los Angeles.
The City of Angels is also where his story ends.
His last home was in the affluent neighborhood of Brentwood. Located on N. Carmelina Avenue and surrounded by lush green hedges, the house seems modest, but still an attraction for transient visitors.
It has five bedrooms and six bathrooms in an area of 3,029 square feet with a white wood exterior and yellow shutters. According to Realtor, it dates back to 1952 and covers three-quarters of an acre.
Meanwhile, his Carmel House on Ribera Street. looked at the ocean. The beach house, which has two bedrooms and five bathrooms, covers an area of more than 3,600 square feet.
White and her husband bought the land for just $ 170,000 to build a charming residence at the time, property records.
In 2017, White organized a trip to his home in Carmel for fans.
It was known that the Los Angeles house, as well as his house in Carmel, had rooms filled with animals. He had loved real animals all his life, but he mentioned his love for the stuffed variety in his 2011 book, If You Ask Me.
“You won’t be surprised if you know I love stuffed animals,” he writes. “Both my house in Los Angeles and my house in Carmel have a special room dedicated to them. I especially love the exotics – there are ants, rhinos, beluga whales, armadillos, bears – not teddy, grizzly – the list goes on.
He even talked to them.
“I would never enter this room without talking to the animals,” he wrote. “[I say], ‘Hi guys!’ And I will never leave it without saying, “See you later.” I love you.’ With a loud voice! ”