Doris Day’s California home listed for eye-watering price
Doris Day’s home in Carmel Valley, California, has hit the market but her estate wont be raking in the profits for the grand property.
The residence was where Day lived right up until her death in May 2019 at age 97.
It has been listed by Sotheby's International Realty for $7.4 million.
All of the proceeds from the sale will go towards Day's animal charity she founded in 1978, the Doris Day Animal Foundation (DDAF).
The 12,400-square-foot home includes two expansive floors in the main home, a guest house, three lofts, two caretaker units, and a caretaker’s office.
The main home rests on a knoll overlooking Carmel Valley and is also adjacent golf club so it holds captivating views at every direction.
It includes three bedrooms, a kitchen with a dining area, a large living room with a Carmel stone fireplace, a library, and two offices.
Fans of The Doris Day Show will also notice that the spiral staircase from the iconic CBS sitcom lies inside Day's main home.
Day died on May 13, 2019 at her home.
Her death followed closely after the beloved actress celebrated her 97th birthday.
Bob Bashara, Day's business manager and close friend, told PEOPLE that the star "died peacefully” after a fulfilling life working on films and TV shows.
“She lived by her most famous song, Que Sera, Sera. That was her belief.
“Whatever will be, will be, and there is a purpose for everything that happens and you need to get on with her life,” Bashara said. “She always looked forward and looked for the good in whatever happened.”
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