Late ‘Singin’ in the Rain’ Star Debbie Reynolds’ Mansion Up for Sale for Massive Price

by Madison Miller
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As Halloween season approaches, it’s another reminder that beloved actress Debbie Reynolds has passed away. For an entire generation, Reynolds was the sweet grandmother witch that escorted her grandkids to the world of “Halloweentown.”

In addition to that iconic role, Reynolds is known for roles in movies and TV shows like “Singin’ in the Rain,” “How the West Was Won,” “Tammy and the Bachelor,” “The Debbie Reynolds Show,” and “Charlotte’s Web,” amongst many others.

Debbie Reynolds House for Sale

Now, the former house of the Hollywood icon is for sale for $2.1 million. It’s five years after her death. Debbie Reynolds passed away from a stroke on December 28, 2016. It was one day after the death of her daughter, Carrie Fisher.

The 1929-built house is located in Los Angeles and is a three-bedroom, three-bathroom Valley Village home. The house sits on a 0.2-acre lot and has an English country garden style. While the house has all the elements of mansion life, it’s still subtle and somewhat scaled back.

“The architecture embodies what I love about Los Angeles architecture of the era. Style, character and craftsmanship. This home has a very European look with aspects of a proper Tudor estate and an English garden cottage combined. It hits all the right notes,” listing broker Greg Holcomb with Douglas Elliman, Pasadena, said, according to the New York Post.

Her house is accentuated with gorgeous oak floors, French doors, and high wood-beam ceilings. There was also a space in the bedroom that sellers adore. It’s a raised enclave. Apparently, the stained glass window area was where Reynolds had her piano and it’s also a space she used as a salon.

When you step outside the gorgeous California home, you would be greeted by a plethora of pine trees, a patio, a cabana, a full bocce court, a festive lemon tree orchard, as well as a saltwater swimming pool.

Reynolds’ Property with Carrie Fisher

Debbie Reynolds had called this her home since 1987 when she bought it for only $220,000. After her death, Amanda Fuller and her husband purchased the home for $1.84 million. Although she owned the house, Reynolds was not living in it for the last 15 years of her life. Rather, she was at the $18 million compound that she owned with her daughter.

According to Page Six, that went up for sale in 2017. The two lived next door to each other on the 3.5-space in Beverly Hills. They were on private property separated by a private road. The house also was a bit of a collector’s den and had several amazing Hollywood memorabilia pieces. It was also a hotspot for several Hollywood legends to hang out.

The deaths of Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds devastated fans of movies and TV everywhere. Both were acting legends in their own rights.

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