Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss’s Widow Allison Holker Is Selling Their Home
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Ten months after So You Think You Can Dance judge Stephen “tWitch” Boss passed away, his widow Allison Holker is selling their family home in the Encino neighborhood of Los Angeles. The couple purchased the property back in 2019.
Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss’s Wife Is Selling Their Home
TMZ cites real estate records showing that Holker put the family’s home on the market for $3,795,000 earlier this month. The house was built in 2018 and covers 4,600 square feet, with six bedrooms and amenities such as a pool and hot tub.
The property features a main house with five suites, as well as a pool house with its own bathroom. The house also has a wine display and three fireplaces, as well as a chef’s kitchen and butler’s pantry. Boss and Holker paid $2.75 million for the house and partnered with Pottery Barn to decorate it.
According to another report, Holker has purchased a new modern farmhouse-style home for close to $5 million in Studio City. The six-bedroom property was just built earlier this year and covers 5,800 square feet.
The new house features a movie theater and fitness room, along with a separate guest house that has its own kitchenette and bathroom. Outside is a pool, fire pit, and barbecue.
Boss Passed Away Last December
Stephen “tWitch” Boss, known for his time on So You Think You Can Dance and as the DJ on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, died by suicide in December of last year. He was 40 years old at the time of his death.
Boss married Holker, a fellow So You Think You Can Dance alum, in 2013. The couple welcomed a son named Maddox in 2016 and a daughter named Zaia in 2019. Boss also adopted Holker’s daughter Weslie.
Last month, DeGeneres paid tribute to her former co-star on what would have been his 41st birthday. The former talk show host posted a selfie of the pair, writing in the caption, “Happy birthday, tWitch. I love you and I always will.”
Holker also posted a tribute to her late husband, sharing a photo of her and their three kids at Boss’s grave. She wrote in the caption, “We feel your presence every day and will forever be grateful for the beautiful times we shared together.”