Peek inside the ‘Mary Tyler Moore Show’ house on the market in Minneapolis
The grand Victorian that a spunky working woman from Minneapolis called home in TV’s beloved “Mary Tyler Moore Show” is on the market for $1.695 million.
Its ornate façade with a classical turret was regularly featured on the show and depicted as the building where Moore’s character, Mary Richards, rented a small apartment. The interior of Moore’s actual living quarters were at a Hollywood studio.
The current owners purchased the home at 2104 Kenwood Pkwy. in 2007 for $2.8 million. When the owners decided to sell, they initially listed it for $2.9 million, but the house has sat on the market for four years and $1.2 million was cut from the price.
Seven bedrooms and nine baths are spread across the vast home’s 9,500 square feet. The remodeled kitchen features four ovens and a granite island. Other highlights include a sauna, a rooftop deck and five gas fireplaces.
The home has long been an icon in Minneapolis with fans stopping by for photographs, and has seen an increase in visitors since Moore’s death on Wednesday. (Article compliments of Amy Graff, San Francisco Chronicle)
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