Betty White left behind quite an impressive real estate portfolio including a mansion in Los Angeles and another estate in Northern California.
According to real estate records, the late actress — who died days before her 100th birthday — owned two properties worth an estimated $9 million total.
Betty's will has yet to be filed with the court and it's unclear who will be the administrator of her estate given she had no children and her last husband died years back.
The will is set to include the $5 million Brentwood mansion that Betty died on December 31. The 5-bedroom, 6-bathroom, 3,029 sq. ft. home is modest compared to neighborhood properties.
Records show the home was purchased over two decades ago and is held under Betty's trust.
Betty also owned a pad in Carmel that she built with her late husband Allen Ludden. The couple purchased the land the home sits on in 1978.
The 2-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom, 3,621 sq. ft. home is where Betty had wished to live out her final days but was stuck in LA due to the pandemic. A source told Page Six, "She never wanted to leave her home in Carmel, but was forced to for at-home care. Los Angeles was more accessible.”
Betty had not been seen in public for two years and had stayed inside for the majority of the time out of caution.
Real estate websites show the property has an estimated value of $4 million.
The grand total for the two properties is around $9 million but could be higher given the current real estate price surge.
Betty's real estate is likely only a small portion of her entire estate.
As Radar previously reported, Betty's cause of death is listed as a stroke. She suffered one six days before her death. Sources close to the actress claim she was alert and fine in the days after the medical incident.
The cause of death is listed as a cerebrovascular accident — which is when blood flow isn't working in your brain which resulted in brain tissue damage.