The 1950s home that served as the dwelling for “The Golden Girls” just strike the market for the to start with time … and you can are living inside a element of Television set heritage if you’ve got acquired the hard cash.
The 4-bedroom household in the tremendous-distinctive Brentwood place of L.A. is a person of the most renowned houses in Television set historical past, and it’s mentioned for a neat $2,999,000.
The home’s exterior was utilized in the to start with season of ‘Golden Girls’ for establishing pictures of a fictional dwelling in Miami shared by the 4 key people — Betty White‘s Rose, Rue McClanahan‘s Blanche, Bea Arthur‘s Dorothy and Estelle Getty‘s Sophia.
In later seasons of the NBC sitcom, which aired from 1985 to 1992, Disney’s Hollywood Studios built an actual duplicate of the home. The reproduction also hosted backlot tours for a long time, but in 2003 it was demolished.
The authentic home, constructed in 1955, is nonetheless standing … and it is a beaut. The original owners not too long ago died, and now the household is remaining offered by a belief.
Effortless to see why Tv spot scouts have been drawn to the house … the grounds are coated with lush vegetation providing it a Miami feel, such as a wide wide range of distinct palm trees standing tall in the front lawn.
The home’s stunning interiors never appeared on the legendary exhibit … and now you can simply click as a result of the gallery to see what it is truly like within.
There are no pastel pink hues or wicker furniture, contrary to the fictitious ‘Golden Girls’ pad … in its place, the 3,000-square-foot home functions a tricolor kitchen painted turquoise, avocado and yellow. BTW … avocado is a useless giveaway for the ’50s and ’60s.
A wraparound porch expands into a veranda outside the front dwelling place, and the rear living place has a fire and beamed ceilings. The inside, created in a Japanese design, is separated into diverse parts by sliding shoji screens.
Floor-to-ceiling glass windows welcome tons of pure light, and the house even now has it really is unique oak flooring.
And, get this … the first entrepreneurs weren’t even supporters of the clearly show!!!
Rachelle Rosten from Douglas Elliman retains the listing.