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The Bachelor Mansion Is Still Standing Following California Wildfire

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Don’t worry Bachelor Nation fans, the Bachelor mansion is OK and has survived the devastating Woolsey fire.

Fans of the reality show were very nervous after reports claimed the mansion, which has been used to film the beginning of the show each and every season, was in danger of being burned down.

Thankfully, a source told Entertainment Tonight the mansion is still standing following the fire, but it has been damaged.

In fact, the lower portion of the house has been severely burned and the outdoor area has been destroyed, but the good news is the actual structure is still standing.

The home, which is located in Agoura Hills, California, was right in the middle of the fire on Friday, November 9. In fact, Bachelor creator, Mike Fleiss, revealed on Twitter that the mansion was in danger of being burned down.

“Thinking of the people of Malibu and yes #TheBachelor Mansion is in grave danger as well,” he wrote on Twitter.

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Though Colton Underwood’s season of The Bachelor is currently filming and they did film at this house a few months ago, production has since moved overseas, so they were not affected by the fire.

However, the mansion is actually owned by a family who rents the home to The Bachelor during filming, but they are all safe.

Countless celebrities have revealed their homes have been burned down due to the devastating fires that have burned across Calabasas and the Malibu area.

In fact, Miley Cyrus just revealed her Malibu home was burned down, but she and her loved ones are all safe.

Despite all the horrible devastation, it’s good to hear the Bachelor mansion is still standing.

We are so sad to hear about all the horrible fires that are affecting so many people across California and our thoughts are with all those affected.

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