'The Bachelor' Mansion Reportedly Burning In US Wildfires

Brenda Watkins
November 12, 2018

The famed "Bachelor" mansion is reportedly among the structures burned in the raging southern California wildfire.

Like many residences in the Agoura Hills community, the house where The Bachelor is filmed at was evacuated as flames encroached in the nearby areas.

Bachelor creator Mike Fleiss took to Twitter to express his concern over the fires, writing: 'Pray for Malibu - and #TheBachelor Mansion...' The lower house on the property, which is often used as production headquarters while the reality series are filming, has been destroyed, THR reports.

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Neither series is now in production at the home, according to show producer Warner Bros TV, which said executive producer Bennett Graebner earlier confirmed the back patio is burning and flames are moving towards the house. The well-known filming location Paramount Ranch in Agoura Hills-which has been used by shows like "Westworld", "Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman", and "Weeds"-was destroyed by the fire earlier on Friday".

The series, which films at the lavish mansion twice a year, is now in production on Season 23 but is not now filming.

The home belongs to Marshall Haraden, who built the house in 2004 and lives there with his family when ABC isn't renting it out for filming. "This is eerie. So sad for the history lost". "It wasnt Sweetwater. It was Escalante".

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