The Mary Tyler Moore house for sale is from the classic TV sitcom The Mary Tyler Moore show. The show ran from 1970-1977 and was a huge hit. This is the famous charming Victorian house where Mary rented the third floor studio apartment. Rhoda Morganstern lived above her and becomes her friend and annoying landlady Phyllis Lindstrom lived on the first floor.
In 1995 Entertainment Weekly called it “TV’s most bachelorette pad.” The Mary Tyler Moore TV show address was 119 North Weatherly. Here it is in real life at 2104 Kenwood Parkway.
MSN real estate says “Since the 1970s, the home has been substantially remodeled and enlarged, though it retains a number of period touches, such as elegant woodwork and those trademark windows.”
In the 70s I was a young single working girl. I lived in a rented apartment for $250.00 a month in the top half of a large Victorian house.
Owning the iconic Mary Tyler Moore house comes with some funky responsibilities like putting up with scores of people coming by and taking photos that brings new meaning to “keeping up with the Joneses.”
It’s so great to see the back of the house. I like the round patio with round globe bushes dotted around it.
The listing details state: “Gourmet center island kitchen with high-end stainless & integrated appliances opens to family room.” I am coveting the built-in double ovens. I have kitchen cabinets with glass doors in my kitchen and they are fun for displaying favorite bowls, plates, glasses, etc. This kitchen strikes a perfect balance. I am trying to digest all the storage.
I was surprised to see the mid-century style table here under the chandelier that reminds me of tulips.
“Ornate mill work, bayed rooms & leaded glass transom accents throughout.”
I don’t think this is the inside of the upper room with the 3 pane windows. There is a third floor family room with similar windows. Either way I call dibs on this bedroom for the windows.
This could be the third floor family room mentioned in the listing with the windows I referred to above. The house was split into apartments before which might explain the upper level family room.
I almost get light headed thinking about seeing the inside of turret and rotunda areas in Victorian homes.
I didn’t expect the screened in porch stone walls and the double entry doors are to die for.
The house and interior rooms, floors and windows are more than I imagined. I had not expected the house to be so beautifully crafted.
The iconic million dollar Victorian TV house has seven bedrooms, four full bathroom and five partial bathrooms. A three car garage, spa, and a staggering 9,500 square feet of living space. I haven’t even shown you everything to see.
The Mary Tyler Moore house is listed with Coldwell Banker for $2,495,000 with more photos, virtual tour and details (Photos via Zillow/CB). Read the article on MSN and see the house as it appeared on television by Julia over on Hooked on Houses.