‘The Golden Girls’ House Is on the Market for $3 Million


“Golden Girls” fans looking to invest in real estate may want to break out the cheesecake!

The house made famous on the classic sitcom is on the market for the first time in 65 years.

The four-bedroom residence is located in Brentwood, California and could be yours for $2,999,000, according to the TMZ.

While the house is in Los Angeles, its exterior was used for establishing shots of the fictional Miami home of the NBC show’s iconic characters of Blanche Deveraux (Rue McClanahan), Rose Nylund (Betty White), Dorothy Zbornak (Bea Arthur) and Sophia Petrillo (Estelle Getty).

On the series, the gal pals’ home was said to be located at 6151 Richmond Street in Miami, but no such address actually exists in the Florida city.

In later seasons, producers had an exact replica of the home reproduced at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

Built in 1955, the original owners lived there until their recent deaths. Their son, James C. Barry, disclosed his parents were paid a small fee to use the home but didn’t watch the series.

In addition to the four bedrooms, the 2,901 square feet property features four bathrooms, high-ceilings, tons of natural light, and lush grounds with Japanese accents.

While the home has been upgraded and modernized, the tri-color kitchen gives it a retro feel decked out in shades of turquoise, avocado green and yellow.

Sadly, unlike the TV version, there’s no rattan furniture on the lanai.

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