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The Minneapolis home featured in the 1970s television classic, “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” is for for $2.895 million. The home attracts nearly as many visitors as Elvis’ Graceland home, drawing up to 30 tour buses a day during the summer, reports.

The 9,500-square-foot home has seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms. The home’s exterior was featured in “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and served as the place where characters , Rhoda, and Phyllis lived.

The home features “ornate millwork, bayed rooms, and leaded glass transom accents throughout,” according to The Barry Berg Group of , which has the listing.

The 1900 home was previously sold in August 2007 for $2.8 million.


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