The famous Bachelor and Bachelorette mansion has gone up in flames.
The Agoura Hills property has been engulfed by the wildfires sweeping the area, according to reports.
“The back patio is burning and the flames are moving towards the house,” franchise producer Bennett Graebner revealed.
The lower house, which is often used as production headquarters, has been destroyed in the fire.
Fans of the reality franchise have been seeing the property since 2007 as a spectacular backdrop to the show.
The Bachelor is currently filming the upcoming 23rd season with Colton Underwood, but is not in production at the mansion.
The 7,500-square-foot mansion sits on 10 acres of land and is owned by Marshall Haraden and his family, who leave the house twice a year so ABC can come in and film.
As Readers know, Caitlyn Jenner lost her hillside home in the savage fires that has seen over 150,000 people being evacuated from their homes.
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Firefighters are fighting to keep the wildfires under control with freak winds causing mass damage with dozens of properties being raised to the ground.
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