If you watched The Mary Tyler Moore Show in the 1970s, then you’re probably familiar with the stone Victorian mansion her character, Mary Richards, lived in on the show, along with her best friend, Rhoda.
The three-story home is classically gorgeous, with iron railings, decorative trim, and a turret (where Rhoda lived).
Now, it’s on the market.
Mary Tyler Moore has been in the public’s thoughts since her death at the age of 80 after a period of declining health, but it happens to be a coincidence that her TV home is now for sale.
While the exterior of the home was used in the show, shots of the interior were actually filmed on a Hollywood set. In fact, Mary Tyler Moore never even visited the house until 1996 — because she was in California during the filming of the show and this house was not anywhere near the Hollywood set.
The show was set in Minneapolis, so the creators used a real Minneapolis house. This one is located at 2104 Kenwood Parkway.
Today, it’s on the market for $1.7 million, and the inside is just as elegant as the outside. Until now, though, most people have only known the exterior and were left wondering what it looks like inside.
After several renovations since the house’s construction in 1900, it’s not very much like the apartment you might have seen on TV!
Check out this piece of television history below, and see what’s really going on inside this iconic home.
[H/T: House Beautiful]