Danny Bonaduce lists Seattle home ahead of brain surgery due to ‘dangerous’ layout

Danny Bonaduce is selling his Seattle home ahead of his brain surgery because the layout is too “dangerous” for his condition. The former “Partridge Family” actor has listed his 2,178 square-foot house for $1.6 million, but has already reduced the price by $100,000 after nearly 20 days on the market. Bonaduce, 63, was diagnosed with hydrocephalus, which is caused by an abnormal buildup of cerebrospinal fluid in the brain, and will undergo surgery to have a shunt and drain inserted to alleviate his symptoms.

Danny Bonaduce is selling his Seattle home for $1.6 million before his brain surgery due to the layout being too “dangerous” for his condition of hydrocephalus.

Former child star turned radio host, Danny Bonaduce, has placed his Seattle home on the market ahead of his brain surgery. The Partridge Family actor has reduced the initial asking price of $1.6 million by $100,000. He says the reason behind the sale is due to the dangerous layout of the multi-level floor plan, which no longer aligns with his condition. Bonaduce has been diagnosed with Hydrocephalus and will be undergoing surgery on Monday to alleviate the symptoms.

Bonaduce, who has previously struggled with substance abuse, revealed last week that he was diagnosed with Hydrocephalus in March 2022 after battling a mystery illness for months. The disorder, which is caused by the abnormal build-up of cerebrospinal fluid in the ventricles deep within the brain, puts harmful pressure on the brain’s tissues. Bonaduce stated that he does not know how he developed the condition but suspects his previous head injuries from incidents such as being hit by a guitar on a TV show or being punched by a 265-pound athlete, Jose Canseco, could have contributed to the development of Hydrocephalus.

Bonaduce is confident that following his surgery, he will feel 50% better right away. Yet he laments that he will never be able to box or run track again. The former professional wrestler’s wife, Amy Railsback, first noticed symptoms when he was slurring his words and lost his balance. Bonaduce spent five days in the hospital and although a stroke was ruled out, doctors were unable to come up with a diagnosis.

Bonaduce’s three-bedroom, three-bathroom, 2,178 square-foot house boasts a chef’s kitchen, a massive walk-in closet and sweeping views of Seattle, but he had to list it for sale due to its hazardous layout. The property is being represented by agents George and Melanie Beasley, and it is currently on the market with an asking price of $1.5 million. In light of the health concerns involved, we wish Bonaduce the best for a speedy and successful recovery.

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