BRENTWOOD—The home used for the TV series “The Golden Girls,” where Blanche, Rose, Dorothy, and Sophia lived has been listed for $3 million as of Wednesday, July 15.

Exterior of the home.

The sitcom first aired in 1985 and followed four friends as they aged in their “golden years” while living in Miami. The series ran for a total of  seven seasons on NBC. The studio used the Brentwood home for exterior shots all throughout the first season before building a replica set in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

The home located at 245 N Saltair Ave. covers a little over 2,900 square-feet with four bedrooms and four bathrooms. The listing states:

“Mid-Century Modern treasure is one of TVs most familiar exteriors, a stand-in for the fictional Miami locale of The Golden Girls. The TV interior was just a set; the inside of the real Brentwood residence was private and is being revealed for the first time in 65 years.”

Interior living room.

The home was built in 1955 by award-winning Hawaiian architects Johnson and Perkins who were inspired by Mid-Century Japanese and Hawaiian architecture. The listing is being handled through Rachelle Rosten, realtor for Douglas Elliman.

Interested buyers can set up a showing appointment through the listing on Zillow and have the option of an in-person showing or video chat. There is also a virtual tour available for viewing on the listing.