If you’re an especially big fan of The Golden Girls and have $3 million, you can own the actual home used for exterior filming.
Firstly, the home is 2,901 square feet with four bedrooms and four bathrooms with original oak flooring. You’ll have all of the amenities along with a piece of Hollywood history. It is located in the Brentwood area in Los Angeles, California.
In addition, you’ll have your own fireplace, wraparound porch, and beamed ceilings. The home is considered Mid-Century and is inspired by Japanese and Hawaiian architecture. Architects Johnson and Perkins were commissioned to design the house in 1955. Moreover, the kitchen is something to marvel at with the turquoise, avocado, and yellow colors seamlessly blending together.
“Floor to ceiling glass, clerestory windows, and ultra-high beamed ceilings create expansive volume and visual transparency perfectly connecting indoors and out,” the listing description reads. “Natural colors and textures create a tranquil atmosphere and sliding shoji screens and built-in cabinetry subtly define space.”
Additionally, you’ll have a two-car garage beside your one-story house. To see all of the features, you can take a virtual tour on the relator’s website.
Furthermore, the home was owned privately for the last sixty-five years and is on the market for the first time ever. Rachelle Rosten of Douglas Elliman is the listing agent for the property.
All About ‘The Golden Girls’
Who could forget Blanche‘s house that was fictionally located at 6151 Richmond Street in Miami, Florida? The actual interior filming location was on a set. The inside is
The comedic sitcom starred Betty White (Rose), Rue McClanahan (Blanche), Bea Arthur (Dorothy), and Estelle Getty (Sophia). The show ran on NBC from 1985 through 1992.
Unfortunately, of the four main stars, only White is the only Golden Girl alive. Estelle Getty passed away at 84-years-old in 2008 from Lewy body dementia while Bea Arthur died at 86-years-old in 2009 from cancer, and Rue McClanahan died at 76-years-old in 2010 from a stroke.