The home featured on The Mary Tyler Moore Show is on the market. If you would like to live in the home featured on the classic sitcom, you can buy it, per a report from Variety. The home has been listed on the market in Minneapolis for several years, but there has been a new drop in price following the death of Mary Tyler Moore.
Variety revealed the following about the property:
“The turreted Queen Anne Victorian mansion, built in 1900 on a prominent corner parcel of just over one-third of an acre in the well-to-do Kenwood neighborhood between Cedar Lake and the Lake of the Isles … the actual structure that “housed” Mary Richard’s fictional bachelorette pad is nowadays a four-story single-family mansion of about 9,500-square-feet with a total of 7 bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms.”
The home is now on sale for $1.695 million. Would you want to buy this home for yourself? Tell us what you think.