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After being purchased for more than $10 million last year, the construction where Betty White’s home of more than 50 years once stood is taking shape.

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White died on Dec. 31, 2021, just weeks before she would have turned 100 years old, KABC reported.

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Her Brentwood home, which she and her husband Allen Ludden purchased in 1968, was put on the market in June 2022, but only lasted a month before someone purchased it for $10.678 million, People magazine reported.

The 3,000-square-foot residence was listed by Marlene Okulick of Sotheby’s International Realty – Pacific Palisades Brokerage.

It boasted six full bathrooms, five bedrooms and a pool on the more than three-quarter-acre property.

Betty White’s former Los Angeles house has been demolished nearly one year after her death

TMZ reported that a dentist and his wife were the lucky buyers. Paperwork to bulldoze the home was filed in November, then another permit was filed in February to add a new pool and spa, according to the gossip site.

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Back in December, White’s former assistant, Kiersten Mikelas said on social media that the home had been torn down, saying “Her Brentwood home is no more (safe the fireplaces which will be gone in short order.)”

But it wasn’t being sold for the home itself, the listing was for the land value. The house was meant to be torn down after the sale was completed, People magazine reported.

The footprint of a new mansion is starting to take shape as framing for buildings is starting to appear on the property, the publication reported. A large mound of dirt can also be seen.

White’s vacation home in Carmel, California, was also sold by her estate last year, The Wall Street Journal reported.