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"It’s been a very, very long time since a big house with a sweeping front porch at 2104 Kenwood Parkway in south Minneapolis was prominently featured in the opening credits of the 1970s sitcom, the Mary Tyler Moore show, but some of you out there might remember.
That house is now on the market for $2.895 million and is listed with the Barry Berg Group/Coldwell Banker Burnet. The lengthy listing makes no mention of the home’s fame (there was a time when the house was simply known as the “Mary Tyler Moore house,” and the interior today bears little resemblance to the stage set where  MTM’s friend, Rhoda, had an apartment on the turreted third floor. That turret is still there in all its Victorian glory, but the 1900’s-era house has been significantly renovated and is now a single-family house with 9,500 square-feet, including seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms.
The owners of the property are Gregory Macfarlane and Eva Wai Oi Mui, according to Hennepin County tax records. They paid $2.8 million for the house in 2007.”- Minneapolis Star Tribune

The first thing I am going to do is evict Phyllis Lindstrom. Rhoda can stay rent free.

"It’s been a very, very long time since a big house with a sweeping front porch at 2104 Kenwood Parkway in south Minneapolis was prominently featured in the opening credits of the 1970s sitcom, the Mary Tyler Moore show, but some of you out there might remember.

That house is now on the market for $2.895 million and is listed with the Barry Berg Group/Coldwell Banker Burnet. The lengthy listing makes no mention of the home’s fame (there was a time when the house was simply known as the “Mary Tyler Moore house,” and the interior today bears little resemblance to the stage set where  MTM’s friend, Rhoda, had an apartment on the turreted third floor. That turret is still there in all its Victorian glory, but the 1900’s-era house has been significantly renovated and is now a single-family house with 9,500 square-feet, including seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms.

The owners of the property are Gregory Macfarlane and Eva Wai Oi Mui, according to Hennepin County tax records. They paid $2.8 million for the house in 2007.”- Minneapolis Star Tribune

The first thing I am going to do is evict Phyllis Lindstrom. Rhoda can stay rent free.

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