Debbie Reynolds’s longtime family ranch is back on the market for $3.9 million. The legendary actress, who passed away in 2016, owned the sprawling 44-acre property for more than two decades, and it was previously put up for auction in October 2017 alongside her North Hollywood dance studio.
While the studio ended up getting sold prior to auction, the ranch in Creston, California, failed to find a buyer, even after it was re-listed for $4.2 million later on in 2018. Now, however, it’s back on the market. The property includes a main house with six bedrooms, five bathrooms, and a pool, as well as a guesthouse, a caretaker’s cottage, an art studio, and an eight-stall barn. A 6,000-square-foot film and TV production studio and a 10,000-square-foot support building meant for metal, wood, and automotive workshops are also present on the grounds. Additionally, the ranch includes green pastures, four wells, and a spring-fed pond.
“The ranch is unique in that it has the water rights,” Joe Maddalena, president and chief executive of auctioneer Profiles in History, told the Los Angeles Times in 2017. “It would be a great winery or equestrian facility.”
The main house is a charming two-story hideaway, with rustic wood-burning fireplaces and wooden accents throughout, an elevator, and a country-inspired kitchen with custom built-in booth seating. Notable rooms include two master suites, a library, a gym, and an aviary, as well as a custom theater that can easily seat up to 20 people. A solar-powered, gravity-fed irrigation system helps to keep the property self-sustaining, and plenty of wildlife roam the grounds, with water fowl and deer pictured in the property listing.
Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest