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

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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.


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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.

Moving on: It's been 14 years since John Ritter's tragic passing at age 54, and his widow Amy Yasbeck has decided it's time to put their Beverly Hills mansion on the market for $6.495M (pictured in 2002) 
Moving on: It’s been 14 years since John Ritter’s tragic passing at age 54, and his widow Amy Yasbeck has decided it’s time to put their Beverly Hills mansion on the market for $6.495M (pictured in 2002)

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.

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The white-walled house also has a private gym, an office with walnut paneling, three fireplaces, and 5.75 bathrooms.

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