According to the Inquistr, Arthur’s home includes five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a media room, a “gourmet kitchen” for the budding chef in your family, a library, and a gym, among other living spaces. You’ll also get a pool, spa, tennis court, hiking trails, and waterfalls, boasts the MLS listing her estate created.
According to reports, the secluded, 3.7-acre property is listed at $15.995 million, as first reported by Curbed LA.
Arthur, who played the title character in the ’70s hit series “Maude” and was one of the “Golden Girls” in the ’80s and ’90s, died in 2009. The property has belonged to her estate since then.
Built in 1924, it was extensively renovated by Arthur’s son in the ’80s, Curbed reports. The Mediterranean-style, 7,085-square-foot home has 5 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms.
The vibe is all resort, from the spa-like master bathroom to the tennis court, waterfalls, circular swimming pool and manicured hiking trails.
The listing agent is Kurt Rappaport of Westside Estate Agency.
Meanwhile, Golden Girls’ Rue McClanahan did not die this last week. It would be impossible for her to do so, in fact, because she died in 2010! Nevertheless, belated “RIP Rue” messages made the Facebook and Twitter rounds last week — just as they did at this time in 2014. Once again, the recurring mass lunacy/amnesia seems to spring from the fact that no one actually reads articles online. Pro tip: Check the date on that obituary before you tweet next time.