John Ritter’s Widow Puts Beverly Hills Mansion On The Market

14 years since John Ritter’s tragic passing, his widow Amy Yasbeck has decided to put their Beverly Hills mansion on the market for $6.495M

GROWING PAINS - Pilot - Airdate: September 22, 1985. (Photo by ABC Photo Archives/ABC via Getty Images) JOANNA KERNS;ALAN THICKE

It’s been 14 years since John Ritter’s tragic passing at age 54 (September 17, 1948 – September 11, 2003), and his widow Amy Yasbeck has decided it’s time to put their Beverly Hills mansion on the market for $6.495M.

The Golden Globe winner – who was buried at Forest Lawn Memorial Park – originally bought the French traditional-style house three decades ago for $2.25M, according to the LA Times.

RIP (Pinterest)

The Agency’s Eric Lavey listed the five-bedroom property – built in 1982 – which boasts 6,409 square feet of living space on a half-acre lot.

The former couple’s backyard swimming pool is lined with brick-tiling and plenty of room for a family BBQ. The Ritters’ breathtaking foyer gives visitors a warm welcome thanks to the stately staircase opening up to a living room and dining room.
A quaint family room features four doorways to the patio for lots of light and fresh air, as well as an ornate ceiling and a curved bookshelf. The white-walled house also has a private gym, an office with walnut paneling, three fireplaces, and 5.75 bathrooms.

The white-walled house also has a private gym, an office with walnut paneling, three fireplaces, and 5.75 bathrooms. The former couple’s backyard swimming pool is lined with brick-tiling and plenty of room for a family BBQ.

The Ritters’ breathtaking foyer gives visitors a warm welcome thanks to the stately staircase opening up to a living room and dining room.

Home sweet home: The Ritters’ breathtaking foyer gives visitors a warm welcome thanks to the stately staircase opening up to a living room and dining room (DailyMail)

This next room is our favorite at Do You Remember. It has such an open feeling, man would this be an awesome room to have a cocktail party in. I LOVE the coffee table too!

Breezy: A quaint family room features four doorways to the patio for lots of light and fresh air, as well as an ornate ceiling and a curved bookshelf (DailyMail)

Next up we have their beautiful dining room. This house is truly amazing from top to bottom.

Their Master Bedroom looks like it’s out of a movie! Perfect for the classic and truly missed start, John Ritter.

Master bedroom: The Three’s Company funnyman was 14 years older than his second wife Amy, now 54, and they began dating after a 1989 script reading for the comedy Problem Child (DailyMail)

 

 

Now that you’ve seen the house, here’s the love story…


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