Legendary Actress Carol Burnett Sells Luxurious LA Condo for $3.7 Million

The beloved actress and comedian Carol Burnett sold her Los Angeles home for $3.7 million. The three-bedroom unit in the Wilshire condominium building in Westwood was listed for $4.2 million in October and underwent a remodel in 2011.

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The condo spans about 2,800 square feet and boasts private elevator access. The building offers various luxury amenities, including 24-hour concierge and valet parking, a door attendant, a front desk for visitor registration, a fitness center, a pool, and 36-bottle wine storage lockers, according to the listing agency, Sotheby International Realty.

Burnett turned 90 on April 26, and her birthday was commemorated with a two-hour special titled “Carol Burnett: 90 Years of Laughter + Love.”

The special included performances from big names like Katy Perry, Kristin Chenoweth, and Bernadette Peters, among others, and featured appearances by Cher, Ellen DeGeneres, Steve Carell, and Amy Poehler. The tribute was taped in March and aired in honor of Burnett’s milestone birthday.

When reflecting on today’s comedy, Burnett admitted that she misses the classics and wants to see variety return. However, she acknowledged that it would be challenging to produce a show like hers today due to the extravagant costs.

Burnett’s variety show, which aired from 1967 until 1978, won 25 Emmys and brought her numerous awards, including six Emmys, six Golden Globes, and one Grammy.

While many fans have said that “The Carol Burnett Show” paved the way for “Saturday Night Live,” Burnett has no interest in hosting the show. “I would not be interested,” she said.

The sale of Burnett’s longtime home marks the end of an era, but her enduring legacy as an iconic performer will continue to inspire fans for generations to come.

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