The 1900 Victorian where character Mary Richards supposedly lived in the 1970s sitcom is on the market at $2.895 million.
Love may not be all around, but snow is certainly around the Minneapolis house used for exterior shots on "The Mary Tyler Moore
Show," which is on the market at $2.895 million.
The 9,500-square-foot home, built in 1900 and sitting on one-third acre, represented the exterior of the star's apartment in the classic 1970s sitcom. The Victorian features such period details as a turret, ornate millwork, bayed rooms and leaded-glass transom windows. There are two family rooms, a turret office, an exercise room, seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms and a three-car garage.
The property last sold in 2007 for $2.8 million, public records show.
Barry Berg and Chad Larsen of Coldwell Banker Burnet are the listing agents.
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