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Photos: Bea Arthur's Charming Home Is On The Market For $16 Million
The home of Golden Girls actress Bea Arthur is now for sale for $15.995 million.
Bea Arthur moved into the Spanish-style Brentwood home in 1975, according to Curbed LA. She lived in the home until her death in 2009 at age 86, after which the house was available for lease. At one point, it was up for rent for a mere $60,000 a month.
The five-bed, six-bath house was built in 1924 and designed by architect Cliff May, best known for developing the California Ranch House. It was renovated about a decade ago by Arthur's son, Matt Saks. According to the listing, the property contains "a large living room with beamed ceilings, beautiful formal dining room, media room, and spectacular gourmet kitchen/great room all lead to incredible grounds, a resort-style pool, spa, tennis court, manicured hiking trails, and waterfalls."
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