One of 2016’s final victims was the beloved Carrie Fisher and her mother, Debbie Reynolds. Fisher had suffered from cardiac arrest on Friday, December 23rd, and past away December 27th. Her mother, Debbie Reynolds, passed away just a day after her from an alleged stroke. Our hearts will forever be with these two legends.
But before either actress made their way into Hollywood and our hearts, Debbie Reynolds was Mary Frances Reynolds living in suburban Burbank, California. It wasn’t until she became “Miss Burbank” that she caught the attention of Warner Bros. and quickly became a star.
As it turns out, Reynolds’ childhood home was up for sale recently, selling for $749,000, so there are a TON of new photos of the legendary late actress’s childhood house circulating through the internet.
Check out some photos of the adorable house:
The three-bedroom, two-bathroom house appears to have the same footprint as it did in the 1940s when Reynolds and her family were living in it. Despite renovations to the kitchen and master bedroom over the years, the one story ranch still features some of the house’s original designs, namely the adorable pink-tiled bathroom and the outdoor fireplace.
After her big break, Reynolds never forgot about her hometown, opening a dance studio in Burbank in 1979 that’s still open. It’s been hard to say goodbye to the two Hollywood legends but it’s been so charming to reflect on their amazing lives. Being able to look at Reynolds childhood home shows us just how far she came in her sixty years in the spotlight.