If you've been keeping an eye on that Mary Tyler Moore Show house that's been for sale since June of 2012, you're in luck — the asking price has steadily fallen from $2.895 million to the current $1.695 million. Though the interior shots of Mary's apartment on The Mary Tyler Moore Show was mostly filmed on a soundstage, the Minneapolis mansion used in the exterior shots, located in Kenwood on the Lake of the Isles, has similar windows and a similar floor plan on the second floor as what was depicted on the show.
This 9,500-square-foot Victorian house was built in 1900 and is actually just a single-family home as opposed to a chic three-flat like it's portrayed in The Mary Tyler Moore Show. However, with nine bedrooms, seven full bathrooms, two half baths and a sauna — including separate nanny quarters — there are a whole lot of possibilities.
Since the house was used on TV, it's undergone a lot of remodeling. According to Twin Cities, the director of the Minneapolis Institute of Art of the house purchased it in 2007 for $2.895 million after the it was renovated in 2005. The original price was $1.105 million.