The house that was once home to Blanche, Dorothy, Rose and Sophia on the iconic sitcom “The Golden Girls” is up for sale — for a whopping $3 million.
Although the exterior of the mid-century house looked like it was located at 6151 Richmond Street in Miami, the show actually used a home located at 245 N Saltair Ave in the tony Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles, as the facade for the hit series.
According to reports the home’s now-deceased owners were fond of tropical plants that fit the Florida look.
Built in 1955 by a Hawaiian modern architect, the owners — lawyer David Noble Barry III and his wife, Margaret Carr Barry — had family in Honolulu and wanted to bring some of that flair into their new home.
Their son put the 3,000 square foot, four bedroom home on the market for $2.999 million
Right down to its blueprints, the house was used as an inspiration for a full-sized for Disney’s Hollywood Studios attraction that stood at the park until 2003 in Orlando, Fla.
The “Golden Girls” starring Bea Arthur, Rue McClanahan, Estelle Getty and Betty White ran on NBC from 1985 to 1992.