The Golden Girls' House For Sale: Brentwood 4-Bedroom's Exterior Was Featured In First Season

You can spend your brilliant years in the house that filled in as the home for TV's The Golden Girls — on the off chance that you have an extra $2.999 million.

A bit of TV history is available just because, some portion of a bequest deal after the passing of the first proprietors. The mid-century present day, worked in 1955, is a 4-room home in the Brentwood territory of Los Angeles. Its outside was utilized in the primary season, purportedly to show the home of the four seniors living respectively in Miami. The genuine inside was never appeared.

Betty White (Rose), Rue McClanahan (Blanche), Bea Arthur (Dorothy), and Estelle Getty (Sophia) featured in the NBC sitcom arrangement, which ran from 1985 to 1992.After that first season, a definite reproduction of the house was worked by Disney's Hollywood Studios for shoots. It was a fascination on backlot visits for a considerable length of time, yet was destroyed in 2003.

The 3,000-square-foot home has a wraparound patio, chimney and channeled roofs. It has a Japanese style inside isolated by screens. Oak floors and floor-to-roof windows are features.