Debbie Reynolds’ properties will be up for auction next month

Appraisals indicate both properties could fetch up to of $14M

September 12, 2017 08:00 AM
Ranch on North Ryan Road, with Debbie Reynolds (Sotheby’s International Realty, Getty)

A ranch home and dance studio belonging to the late singer and actress Debbie Reynolds will be up for grabs at Profiles in History auction house next month, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Reynolds’ Los Angeles studio at 6514 Lankershim Boulevard is listed for sale at $6.15 million. The 19,000-square-foot North Hollywood property includes a lounge area, dressing rooms and six studios.

Her San Luis Obispo County ranch will hit the auction block concurrently. The 44-acre property on North Ryan Road in Creston, Calif. was listed for $4.8 million before Reynold’s passing last year, but was taken off the market in June. It was owned by Reynolds for over two decades, and has a guest house, an art studio, six bedrooms and five bathrooms.

The auction will take place on Oct. 7-8 in Los Angeles as part of the Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds personal property collection.

Reynolds was best known for her roles in “Singin’ in the Rain” and “The Unsinkable Molly Brown.” She passed away in December at 84, just one day after her daughter, “Star Wars” star Carrie Fisher died at 60. [LAT] – Natalie Hoberman

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