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Betty White’s Beautiful Carmel-by-the-Sea Home!

“The Queen of TV,” Betty White, with over 80 years in the industry, was the first woman to write, produce and act in a sitcom, Life With Elizabeth.  In her lifetime she has won eight Emmys, three Screen Actors’ Guild awards, a Grammy and three American Comedy Awards.  Most recently known for her bubble-headed character Rose Nylund on The Golden Girls, and hosting Saturday Night Live, White died on New Year’s Eve at the age of 99.  Her Carmel-by-the-Sea beach house, which she built with her husband, Allen Ludden, in 1978, is listed at $7.95 million. Allan was also a television star hosting the popular TV game show Password, which is where they met. He died in 1981.

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