The Olympic skier’s 19-month-old daughter Emmy drowned in the pool on June 10, 2018. The home was listed for $2.349 million and, according to online records as of Jan. 22, 2019, had a buyer under contract for the house.
“I wish I could have one more day to hold you, but until that day comes, continue to work through me and give me the strength to bring awareness, my love,” Emmy’s mom Morgan Beck wrote on her Instagram page two months after her heartbreaking death.
“I told you as I held you in this moment that you could still change the world, you could still move mountains. Every step we take forward is because of you and Levi. Your footprint will forever be left on this world. I love you, My baby girl.”
The family became advocates for water safety after Emmy’s death at the neighbor’s pool in their exclusive Coto de Caza neighborhood.
“A child under 30 pounds can drown in 30 seconds,” Beck said after the tragedy.
“And I just keep counting to 30 in my head. That was all I needed. And so, it’s one of those things where, as a parent now, when you go to someone else’s house, survey the home to see if it’s a safe place for your child to be,” the former pro volleyball player explained.
The mansion is described as an: “Entertainer’s dream backyard with spectacular Pebble Tec pool & spa with new tile and stone mosaic.”
The pool was prominent in several photos of the home, but without a fence.
The 5,300 sq. ft. home was on the market for $2,349,000 and was under contract six months after Emmy’s tragic death.
“2018 has been a year full of overwhelming sadness and overwhelming joy. We have spent half of the year mourning and attempting to heal the loss of our little angel which feels like an impossible battle all while celebrating the birth of our son,” Beck wrote on Instagram on Christmas.
According to the online listing photos of the house show the five bedroom, four and a half bathroom home with the pool where little Emmy was found unresponsive on that fateful summer day.
“Drowning is the NUMBER ONE cause of death in children ages 1-4,” Beck previously wrote on her Instagram page.
“We talk about vaccinations, car seats, organic foods, screen time, etc at length…but not the number one risk your children’s lives face…a silent killer. It takes SECONDS. Please share and help us spread awareness. It’s the first step to preventing these types of tragedies.”
Miller and Beck and their children, including their new baby boy, who was born on in October 2018, still lived in the exclusive Orange County neighborhood.
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