What Do The Homes Of Our Favorite Sitcoms Of The 70s Look Like Today?

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"The Mary Tyler Moore Show"

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In The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Mary Richards was starting over after a failed relationship and she ran straight to a third-floor bachelorette pad in a gorgeous old Victorian. The interior was actually a set on CBS Studios. The exterior shots, however, was a real house in Minneapolis, MN.

Incredible upgrades have been made throughout the historic Victorian 

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That Victorian planted at 2104 Kenwood Parkway has been completely renovated and updated with modern appliances. It was always beautiful, but now it’s jaw-droppingly gorgeous. It’s been on the market a few times since the show’s completion, most recently it was listed for $2.895 million.

"Bewitched" 

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The charming home of Darrin and Samantha Stephens was a set. Originally built by Screen Gems it’s now a part of the Warner Brother’s Ranch. Like many of the house facades at the Ranch, the Bewitched house has been used by multiple series over the years including; I Dream of Jeannie, Dennis the Menace, and Gidget.