The Golden Girls House Is on the Market for the First Time Ever

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The perfect retirement home for a group of close friends is up for sale. As Variety reports, the house where Rose, Blanche, Dorothy, and Sophia live together in The Golden Girls has hit the market for the first time ever for an asking price of just under $3 million.

Though The Golden Girls is set in Miami, Florida, the real-life house is located at 245 North Saltair Avenue in the Brentwood area of Los Angeles, California. Attorney David Noble Barry III and his wife Margaret Carr Barry had the home constructed in 1955 and lived there until their respective deaths in 2017 and 2019. This marks first time in the home's 65-year history that the property has been publicly available to purchase.

The inside of the 2900-square-foot home looks a lot different from the floral pattern-covered home Golden Girls fans know. The sitcom featured the real house in exterior shots, but any scenes that took place indoors were shot on a set. But with four bedrooms and 3.5 baths, it's the perfect size for recreating the ladies' dynamic with your own lifelong friends.

The interior also has a retro feel to match its on-screen reputation. The style is inspired by Japanese and Hawaiian mid-century architecture, and the kitchen—with its green and turquoise furnishings—is perfect for sharing a slice of cheesecake.

If you're interested in the listing, you can contact agent Rachelle Rosten at Douglas Elliman for more information.

[h/t Variety]