The home featured in The Mary Tyler Moore Show has hit the Minneapolis market.
Even though Mary Tyler Moore managed to escape the culling of celebrities that happened in late 2016, she recently passed away in 2017, leaving a legacy of humor and light-heartedness in her wake. The Mary Tyler Moore show was a pretty well-known show in the 1970s, and the home featured in the show is iconic. The exterior of the house was shot for The Mary Tyler Moore show, but the interior scenes were filmed on a sound stage.
Located in the Kenwood neighborhood of Minneapolis, the three-story Victorian residence was built in 1900, and has been remodeled and expanded. It currently stands at 9,500 square-feet and includes seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms. It features lots of space for entertaining, a private 2nd floor guest/nanny quarters, high ceilings, a mudroom, triple garage, and full finished basement level with a sauna.
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When it originally hit the market in 2012, the home was listed at $3 million, but has since been reduced to $1,695,000, so if you are on the market for a moderately priced piece of Hollywood history in Minnesota, Mary Tyler Moore’s TV home is up for grabs.via ]