The Bachelor Mansion in 'Grave Danger' Of Being Destroyed by California Fire

Sergio Cunningham
November 12, 2018

The mansion from ABC's "The Bachelor" has burned in the Woolsey Fire now raging in southern California.

Thousands of people in the Thousand Oaks, Calabasas, and Malibu areas have all been forced to evacuate their homes.

"Pray for Malibu- and #TheBachelor Mansion..."

Mike Fleiss, the creator of both The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, tweeted support for both the iconic house and the greater area affected by the wildfires on Friday.

". Executive producer Bennett Graebner earlier confirmed the back patio is burning and flames are moving towards the house", Deadline reported.

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The Bachelor is currently in production on Season 23, but it's late enough in the season that production has wrapped at the mansion and is now in the "travel the United States and the world" portion of filming.

The mansion, which sits on 10 acres of land, is owned by Marshall Haraden, who leaves the house twice a year so ABC can film the production.

At the moment, the show's 23rd season is underway, however, Colton Underwood and the contestants are filming overseas.

The Agoura Hills home, which has served on the show since 2007, was in the path of the Woolsey wildfire - with reports claiming it has damaged the mansion. The historic Western town area of Paramount Ranch, which was used in Westworld and Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, has also been destroyed. "This is eerie. So sad for the history lost".

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