Bea Arthur’s $16M estate: Bea Arthur Estate
Published: June 19, 2015
Bea Arthur’s $16M estate: Bea Arthur Estate, The latte actress’s long-time home is up for sale for the first time in decades.
If you ever wanted to live it up like a Golden Girl, here’s your chance. The owners of Bea Arthur’s estate, the late actress who portrayed the character Dorothy Zbornack in the TV series “The Golden Girls,” are selling her long-time Los Angeles estate for a cool $16 million, Yahoo Homes reports.
Arthur, who died in 2009, moved into the 5-bedroom ranch home in 1975, according to AOL Real Estate. Designed by Cliff May, the pioneer of California ranch-style homes, the estate features vaulted ceilings, exposed wood beams and painted brick fireplaces, along with a swimming pool, tennis court and waterfalls.
The 7,085-square-foot home resides on four acres in the rustic Sullivan Canyon area of California. It was last renovated in the mid-2000s by Mark Saks, Arthur’s adopted son and builder-designer. Some of the new features include a walk-in closet and a spa-like bath in the master suite and an updated gourmet kitchen with marbled countertops.
“This is country out here…I can walk around without anything on and nobody cares, and it’s just lovely,” the actress said in an 1998 interview, according to LA Curbed.
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