Mansion Featured on 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' Is for Sale
The 9,500 square foot home, built in 1900, was regularly featured on the hit show and is currently listed for $1.695 million.
The Minneapolis-based stone Victorian mansion featured on The Mary Tyler Moore Show is for sale.
The exterior façade of the 9,500 square foot home that was built in 1900 was regularly featured on the hit show and is currently listed for $1.695 million. Topped with a classical turret, the fictional home had bay windows and leaded glass transom accents. There are seven bedrooms and nine baths.
After a remodel, a chef’s kitchen was built with four ovens and an L-shaped granite island. The master suite features a fireplace, sitting and dressing rooms, and a spa-like bathroom. The home also offers a sauna and a rooftop deck with a hammock and five gas fireplaces. On the show, Moore's character Mary Richards' actual apartment was a Hollywood set.
The three-story house last sold in 2007 for $2.8 million and was first put on the market in 2012 at $2.9 million.
The listing agents on the home are Barry Berg and Chad Larsen of Coldwell Banker Burnet.